About Me: Female, 55, brandon, FL, member since Sep 2009
I live in Florida. I am divorced and have one child-a son
My sister and I went to school same place same time and became RNs ( nurses )
[More] My sister assists in surgery for a Pulmonary surgeon, and I worked as a nurse and helped in all areas for the ER patients I no longer work.
I use to feel a lot younger than I am until I started having Neurological problems.
"Find another doctor asap.
This is nothing to play with, this is the softening of the spinal cord. Bleeding of the spinal cord can occur. It causes impairment of motor function in lower extremities, It lessens or kills reflexes of the p..."
thank you for the information, I did have surgery, actually it was my second surgery at the l5/s1 level and now the symptoms are not going away like they did the first time which was a lot worse condition. I look up what my symptoms are and they match my tests results and the doctors are say they dont and thats where I am stumped. thank you for your input. and suggestions.
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