Hi Molly. Sorry that you have a lot of pain, I hope your doctor can help with that.
Have you had any urodynamic investigation done? It could be Neurogenic bladder dysfunction? I hope Dr H can give you some answers.
A well developed Syrinx is hard to miss on an MRI even a small one. Unfortunately Syringomyelia is not very well understood, most experts believe a Syrinx develops due to an obstruction to the flow of CSF (Spinal fluid) the CSF takes the path of least resistance witch inevetabley is into the center of the spinal cord where it forms a cyst,
Pain from a Syrinx...
You have it on your profile that you are a Dub.
You can go to another GP but your regular GP will have your full medical history. If you lost your job because your GP put in her report something that was not a fact or was misleading then you can fight that otherwise move on.Nothing to be gained from what ifs. I speak from experience.
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