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Avatar n tn MRI DONE, MRI READING NORMAL. PAIN ONLY ON THE FOOT. BETWEEN START OF TOES AND ANKLE. PAIN WHEN I WALK, STEP DOWN AFTER SITTING OR LYING DOWN.
Avatar m tn I can lie on my left side as long as I have a pillow between my legs, and even then I need to move my legs every few seconds/minutes (depending on the severity of the pain). I have had CT scan of back, MRI of back, xrays of hip, knee, foot, ultrasound of groin.. all came back normal. This started when I was masturbating and felt a dull pain in my right groin.
Avatar f tn Hi---I am a registered nurse and have recently been experiencing very sharp pain in my left foot....the top left side. I went to an orthopedist that specializes in feet and an mri was done and it showed nothing abnormal. This is the most painful condition that I have ever had. I am on my feet for twelve hour shifts and sometimes the pain keeps me awake at night. The next morning I wake up and my foot feels swollen and I have trouble walking.
Avatar n tn Not sure where you live - I am in the US and I haven't had any problems getting copies of tests, MRI scans etc. Whenever I have an MRI, I am given the disc right then to take to my neuro's office. My neuro is sent the written report of the MRI results. When I see my neuro for follow up, I bring the MRI disc. He looks at it then, and reviews it with me. I only get a copy of the radiologists report if I ask for it. Sorry you are feeling stressed out.
Avatar n tn In may 2010 I started getting pain in my second toe on the same left foot, so they sent me 4 a bone scan. then mri, and passed me off to a podiatrist. The pod seems perplexed, he thinks that I have a tear or hole in my plantar plate and that the tenden to the knuckle joint is torn. So the toe is kinked at the joint and is swollen 24/7. I had a boot on 4 a few weeks then he told me I should try n walk on it.
Avatar f tn I went to a doctor and she told me my foot is fine. Since then my foot sometimes hurt. A year ago I hurt my foot again. Now everytime I exercise my foot turns blue (on the outer side) and it hurts alot on the outer side. I went for a X-ray , CT scan, MRI but all of them showed nothing. I have visited 2 diffrent Orthopedist and not one of them could figure out what was wrong.
Avatar f tn I went to a doctor and she told me my foot is fine. Since then my foot sometimes hurt. A year ago I hurt my foot again. Now everytime I exercise my foot turns blue (on the outer side) and it hurts alot on the outer side. I went for a X-ray , CT scan, MRI but all of them showed nothing. I have visited 2 diffrent Orthopedist and not one of them could figure out what was wrong.
Avatar f tn After 7 months of casts, crutches and Cam walker boots, the pain does not seem to be any better. New MRI shows Marrow Edema in four different bones in my left foot! I have not gotten any info from my doctor yet, but I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts. I can't be on my feet for more than a couple of hours with out having really bad pain and limping. I am very frustrated to say the least!
Avatar f tn also right sided pain and burning sensations in foot and arm . this is ruining my life iv had a ct scan of brain and am scared to death of going to my mri scan next month ..can anybody help me ?
Avatar f tn It began as a sharp stabbing but has become a near constant ache over time. MRI and x-rays of my foot revealed nothing. NCV test also all appeared normal when checking for tarsal tunnel. It began affecting my low back/hip and legs about 6 months ago. I get sharp pains and some numbness around the area of my outer glutes/hamstrings. Spams in calf. Lateral outside foot pain is sometimes stabbing sometimes aching.
Avatar m tn hi, my husband aged 36 yrs, had mild numbness on his foot constantly for many days, he had an mri scan done, in that report some thing related to T2 flair images,but the doctor says that it is nowhere related to the numbness in foot, but it should be furthur examined by CT scan, i m just copying the data on the report, and doctor advised to take Neurontin - 300 mg tablets daily is it advisable to take this medicine, and plz let me know whether it is considered as serious disorder There is a sm
Avatar f tn I just had an Thoracic MRI w/contrast that showed a glowing bright spot at T12. My doctor immediately ordered a full body bone scan. What does a lit-up bright spot respresent . . a lesion? I came to this board because I've been googling and MS appears quite frequently. Doc said after the bone scan I'll need a CT Scan. I have several MS symptoms, but he did not give me a diagnosis other than major issues with my Lumbar MRI. Thank you!
Avatar m tn Hi, I had a MRI scan a couple of days ago but no one has really explained to me what has happened, I will be reviewed by the spinal team as an outpatient. I have posted the results below and I would really appreciate if someone could explain in non medical terms what is happening. Here's some background info. I have had a recurring bad back for the past 10 years, but at the side of my back. Usually every six months for a couple of weeks at a time then back to normal.
Avatar f tn I went to a doctor and she told me my foot is fine. Since then my foot sometimes hurt. A year ago I hurt my foot again. Now everytime I exercise my foot turns blue (on the outer side) and it hurts alot on the outer side. I went for a X-ray , CT scan, MRI but all of them showed nothing. I have visited 2 diffrent Orthopedist and not one of them could figure out what was wrong.
Avatar f tn Six months later I was diagnosed with fractures in both heels and have been in two casts, crutches and another walking boot. I am still in pain! I just had an MRI that shows Marrow Edema in four bones of my foot. What does this mean? I do not see the Dr. again for two weeks! I can't be on my feet for any length of time with suffering excruciating pain!
Avatar f tn I went to a doctor and she told me my foot is fine. Since then my foot sometimes hurt. A year ago I hurt my foot again. Now everytime I exercise my foot turns blue (on the outer side) and it hurts alot on the outer side. I went for a X-ray , CT scan, MRI but all of them showed nothing. I have visited 2 diffrent Orthopedist and not one of them could figure out what was wrong.
Avatar m tn my right foot is very sore and my little toe .can any one help me .
506621 tn?1214350225 Then you go to another place and another CT scan suggests spinal cord compression, and they follow with an MRI that comes up clear. Something is very wrong with that MRI report. Either they only did an MRI of your head, or they did one of your spine and head. I'm going to assume they did indeed include your spine. And I say if you had two separate CTs prior to the MRI that showed a problem with your spine, there is NO WAY the MRI of your spine came up clear.
Avatar f tn It could also be stress fractures of the bones of the foot. You will need MRI of the whole foot, X-rays of the foot, EMG and nerve conduction studies for a confirmed diagnosis. Take care! The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history.
Avatar m tn Did they do the MRI of your brain or brain and spine? Did they use contrast dye? A CT scan is practically useless for seeing MS lesions so I wouldn't take an unremarkable scan as meaning anything. Your symptoms can be MS, but it can also be so many other things. Are you in the care of a neurologist? First off, it sounds like you need a new MRI to see if there have been any changes. There is also all the other testing that is done in working up an MS possiblility.
Avatar f tn I have had the pain for 8 to 9 years and when the pain first started it was primarily in the thigh I had a bone scan and MRI and found nothing. The pain in the foot is most aggrevating and has caused me to alter my exercising. I went to an othro 2 weeks ago who specializes in foot/ankle he sent me for an EMG to look for tarsel tunnel, the neurologist did the EMG from hip to foot and found nothing. He suggested I next have an MRI on lower back to look for a pinched nerve.
Avatar f tn Ask the Doctor if he/she thinks you should have an MRI scan. (you obviously do) What type of treatment does the Doctor think you should have, conservative treatments, surgery? Usually, in a situation like yours, you would start out conservatively. Possibly with anti-inflammatory drugs, maybe some prednisone and Physical Therapy, to try and stretch and strengthen the muscles around the injured area. Your Doctor might also want to try some spinal injections, which do sometimes help .