hi im a 22 year old living with a 70 year old back disease. my spinal cord is 3 times smaller then that of an adverage person. my doctor told me its usualy only common to find it in 70 year old's but i was a rare case. the only help he could give me with the pain was to loose weight and the pain would dull down. well i have lost over 200lbs and still every day i have to have my roomate help me to bed because the pain is unbearable. i was bed riden for 3 months and had to go through extensive theropy and i finaly could walk agan. but i am wondering what this condition is and if there is a way to get the pain to subside enough for me to go about my day. i have tried the strongest arthirtis pills,robaxacet,advil,tylenil 3,and many more.. is there anything i can do?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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