I've been told I was unlucky and born with a rubbish back, amoungst other things my spinal column is half the width it should be and is thickening on the inside which is slowly crushing all the nerves in my spine. This results in different pains and problems. i.e. some days my legs don't co-ordinate other days i'm in a lot of pain, if i'm still for too long my back muscles sieze up, I can get migraines and my stomach doesn't get the message to my brain that i'm hungry, these symptons vary daily, what I am trying to find out is wether seizures could also be attributed to this problem. any information would be extremely helpfulReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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