I am getting desperate for answers. I have had constant pain in the left side of my neck for at least 4 years. I have been to the chiro, physical therapy, pain doctor (what a joke!), injections, MRI, massages, nerve testing, etc.
I had an MRI done last year and they said I have minimal disc bulge in
C5-6, C6-7, C7-T1. Could this be why I have so much pain? The neurologist I went to wanted to me to take folic acid and (Gabapentin.. I think it was called). When he did nerve testing, he said everything was okay, except it looked like I had mild carpal tunnel in my wrists.
He gave me braces to wear every night. It's been over a month and I can't tell a difference. Where else do I go? UCLA? Stanford? I am just so frustrated and annoyed with the pain. I don't want to take any pain med, I want it fixed. PLEASE, can anybody relate and tell me they know what it is? Thank you so much.
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