I have been diagnosed with cervical spinal stenosis. It started out with the pain on and off but last five months it has been nonstop. I have had the epidural injections and facet injections with no relief also the pt. I had a myelogram done yesterday and EMG done the day before. Now I am experiencing red blotches on my legs and when I stand my face feels hot and gets red. Any helpful suggestions on the myelogram and condition.
I have cervical stenosis too and it's getting worse. I am having balance and coordination issues with my hands and legs.
There isn't much paid but occasionally I have pain in my face, feet, hands and shoulders. I am going to make another appointment with neurologist to access my situation and see if it's time to have surgery. I haven't had any injections yet, I don't know anyone that felt they helped.
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