Longsider8 days ago
Can anyone help please , after a operation to remove discs and and fusion can you get worse if its been left untreated for years due to misd...
My story so far
Chrisriley11 days ago
Suffering with Myelopathy
Fourteen months ago i started having electric shocks from my neck to my feet every time i turned my neck or looked...
Tightness in chest and tingling sensation when swallowing foor
Longsider12 days ago
Hi just wondering if anyone has had these symptoms with cervical myelopathy awful feeling had tests for breathing which was ok they put down...
Betsysue200223 days ago
I signed on to look for a cervical cancer group and cervical myleopathy came up so i joined. Then i finally looked up the definition and its...
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Longsidera month ago
If you have cervical myelopathy and you have had a op why is it can go either way your symptoms can improve or get worse
Hi I'm here .I was diagnosed in 2013 after being misdiagnosed in 1995 after a accident my arm being pulled in a machine I was told I had com...
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Hamradiooperatora month ago
My wife Sylvia has been misdiagnosed twice and was told she had the Flu, then it was anxiety, some time after that which was in late 2016 th...
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Traypod2 months agoPOPULAR
Anybody suffering from cervical myelopathy
Traypod2 months ago
I’m new on here and I was diagnosed with progressive cervical myelopathy and had surgery July this year, but nothing has changed with my sym...
nanecky2 months ago
Do I or don’t I have myelopathy? Some of my docs say yes and some say no. Can I ask what you think?
Upright MRI with flexion extension views....
Umbilical Stem Cells
Newch3 months ago
New here and due to horrific burning neuropathic pain that developed post surgery (which has progessed for 3 yrs) and no relief with myriad ...
Myelopathy and myelomacia
phoenixrises3 months ago
Does anyone in this community have both? On my most recent MRI, it reads possible underlying cord edema/Myelomacia. The MRI also detected di...
nanecky4 months ago
Hi. I’ve had herniated discs C-5,6,7 for 17 years(work comp) finally was able to get a new MRI in May showing spinal stenosis has developed...
Will my gait improve after cervical laminectomy?
girlfromtexas4 months ago
I have cervical myelopathy at c6, 7 and T1. I am 68 year old female.I am having a posterior cervical laminectomy next week in Houston. Ma...
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Just diagnosed with cervical spondolytis
misaryk5 months ago
Hi everyone sorry if I spelt it wrong. I seen my rheumatologist a couple of days ago, and she said that the above is what I gave. She said t...
maye15 months ago
Can someone please explain the difference between (cervical) stenosis and myelopathy? Confused by mixed messages from practitioners; would...
New to Myelopathy but not pain
AmberRose777 months ago
My spine story starts at age 11 and Im currently 41. Name the condition, my lumbar has it. Degenerative disc, herniation, Shmorls nodes, sco...
Heart Break for Myelopathy
Iwan8 months ago
Risk of acute coronary syndrome in patients with cervical spondylosis
Various studies in the past have described cervical spondyl...
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MelissaErica9 months ago
Me: hi I have CSM and DDD and I had surgery 24 months ago. My spinal cord is still compressed and I live with Neurological symptoms that ca...
Cervical Spondylosis Myelopathy - the 'Mobile Phone Sign'
Iwan9 months ago
Following the publication of our article in the British Medical Journal, one of the readers wrote into the BMJ to describe something he has ...
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DebMurray9 months ago
Just got my latest MRI results. Two new issues reported. Thought I’d ask to see if I could get some input from someone who knows the neurol...
Myelopathy.org in the British Medical Journal
Amongst all the feedback you have given Myeloapthy.org over the last few years, one key message continues to resonate; you feel your myelopa...
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Cord compression but no symptoms - what’s the plan?
Iwan10 months ago
by B. Hilton
Please refer to Picture
T2WI hyper intensity of the spinal cord (white patches on spinal cord) is a risk factor for CSM which in...
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Patient blog: Frank Dutton's Big Day.....
Iwana year ago
This week we have a small change of plan; join us in wishing Frank Dutton, a CSM sufferer, the very best for his surgery happening on the 25...
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Long time sufferer
Jokka year ago
Hi I was first diagnosed with cervical spondylosis when I was 37 I am now 52 I have deteriorated considerably in this time. Have had numer...
Regenerating the spinal cord: can brief suffocation promote spinal cord repair?
by B. Davies
A preliminary study showed that an injured spina...
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Long hair or short when you have surgery?
Esharleena year ago
Cervical spondylotic myelopathy can surgery on your neck work miracles for your headache
Cervical spondylotic myelopathy (CSM) can cause many recognised symptoms which are easy to associate as they allude to nerve-related problem...
In our latest blog we ask “Who gets myelopathy?
Despite advancement in imaging studies, not everyone with degenerative changes follows the same path of developing CSM
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