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Re: My cancer journey
« Reply #640 on: September 11, 2022, 03:39:58 PM »
 I guess if I got relief from the L4-L5 area I'd find pain in another place.

 " Bones are very osteoporotic with large areas of bone loss throughout the skeleton with the most prominent area of bone loss focally located in the left ischium (4.5 cm long) extending to the left acetabulum which may predispose to fracture failure. Multiple compression fractures throughout the visible dorsal and the lumbar spine are present. Degenerated discs are seen throughout the lumbosacral spine as well."

Reading this I think all this pain will be nothing if my back bone falls apart. I have a appointment with my Myeloma Dr. tomorrow, we asked for more time to discuss all the things I'm worried about an his nurse called to say that it will be impossible as he has little time and can only talk about the cancer numbers.But he would call us later after work. I can't b___h about that.

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« Reply #641 on: September 13, 2022, 05:02:03 PM »
 The specialist Dr. said that because the collapse isn't from the Myeloma,Kyphoplasty wouldn't help. The way he explained is that the 'hallway' that the sciatic nerve goes through is closing on the nerve, and that is what is causing the pain. He said he could 'fix" it, but how wasn't part of the discussion.
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