I forgot to say in my last post about my other problems i keep getting sometime, maybe someone could shed some light on it or have had the same thing going on themselves , I sometime gets very tender to the touch around my lower back SI area and left pelvis and occasionally some bruising , i have been to my doctors and had blood test that all came back ok, i had a very brief conversation with the doctor at the pain clinic who did seen that interested about it also i have very small muscles on my left side of my body compared to my right side and in particular my tights and butt, i don't know if when i start my pain clinic seminars that would be an area i or they could look at and work at in helping me build the muscles back up or should i go back to my doctors for him to take a better look, i have already told him my concerns about the muscle differences before but maybe need to push it? my lower back SI area is very painful to the touch today i have had to take my belt off and the pain shoots up to a 9 if touched, also 2 years ago i had physio for my back pain and he said go back to your doctor and tell him you have "poor Force Closure around the SI joint area" i have had 2 MRI on my back one said dice degenerative changes,L5 s1 disc prolapse but no obvious compression, T11/12 disc prolapse with shallow left paracentral, i got to see the doctor after the first MRI who said the disc should go down in time and you probably need amitriptyline in a year or two????? then the second MRI conclusion said unchanged appearances from 2 years ago but this time the doctor suggested the pain is could be coming from L5 s1 disc prolapse, the specialised i got to see said he went over my MRI and it looked ok (which i am happy with i don't want to be cut unless they are 100% sure, i have already had surgery for my knees and that was hard enough and a long road to recovery ) but i did ask if the MRI covers my pelvic area as i said about the problems around that area and the poor Force Closure around the SI joint area he said no the MRI has not covered that area. i dont know if i am looking for something thats not there and simply i have chronic pain that came from the problems of the last 3 year
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