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    Hi my name is Emily. I just got my MRI results yesterday. Ive got alot of questions. I dont see a doctor for a week yet. I have no clue what the words on the report are.Does any know what a posterior predominately central disk bulge with disk desiccation is? I am in so much pain its not funny . Have been suffering for over a year and no one takes me seriously . They tell me its all in my head. And the doctor that had before told me there was nothing wrong. Have gone to a Chiropractor for 3 months. Went three times a week. And also do physical therapy. I am on a muscle relaxer and its not doing much except making me fall asleep only to wake up in a few hours in pain. Any advice would be welcomed and greatly appreciated

    Thanks Emily

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    hi Emily and welcome. I am not sure what exactly that means but Google it. You should be able to get a general idea. Make a list of questions to ask your doc so that you are well informed. good luck with getting some help

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    welcome to BT Emily.

    if your own doctor told you this is all in your head......might consider finding a new doctor? you deserve respect & empathy afterall. good luck to you!

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    Hello and welcome

    You might want to visit our Spinal Disorders Forum <-- click to see what questions you should pose to your doctor on your next visit. I don't know a lot about it, but dessication is the drying out of the are between your vertebrae.
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