The pain from a bulging disc in your neck can travel to the lower back. The actual bulging disc condition will not move or spread.
I have a bulging disk in my pants.
A diffuse bulging disc means that you have an abnormal disc in your neck. You essentially have a pinched thecal sac or nerve root.
During surgery to repair a bulging disc, the surgeon may remove part of the bulging disc that may or may not give relief to the patient. This surgery should be considered a last resort, as oftentimes the bulging disc can be relieved with rest, or exercise or other non-surgical options.
A more commonly used term for a bulging disc is a herniated disc. This ailment may also be referred to as a slipped disc, ruptured disc, or protruding disc.
A Posterior Bulging Disc is the medical term for the intervertebral disc that bulges toward the spinal columns posterior. This are common bulges that happens when bending forward.
An annular bulging disc happens when the disc material has become compressed. An annular bulging disc to the ventral thecal sac is one that is on the front side of the thecal sac. The membrane surrounding the spinal cord is the thecal sac.
Replace the disc with a new one
If you can prove the bulging disc happened at work or is work related. Prior conditions and diagnoses will come into play.
back and neck
I'm no expert but I recently had a neck xray and C5-6 in that case referred to the joint between the fifth and sixth vertebrae from the top of the spine. Bulging disc means the disc that sits between those two vertebrae has come out of place in some way. Minimal compression I'm not totally sure so I wont answer. Loss of lordotic curvature means that rather than retaining the natural curve of the spine, it has become straighter in that area. This condition is Cervical Kyphosis.
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Bulging disc vs herniated disc
Most people with a bulging or herniated disc do not need surgery since they recover over time. You can learn more about it at www.webmd.com/back-pain/tc/herniated-disc-surgery .
Yes, you will feel pain if you have a herniated or bulging disc in your back. You may feel the pain in your arm, leg, or back. You will also experience numbness and tingling and weakness.
The pain caused by a bulging disc can be both intense and debilitating, and can be caused by any number of things. A bulging disc is essentially the bulging of a disc through the spine. Many people refer to a bulging disc as a herniated disc. While the two are nearly identical conditions, they are caused by two different events. A bulging disc is the result of a slow movement over time, often caused by age or activity over the course of several years. A herniated disc, on the other hand, is a result of one quick and traumatic action, often a fall or a heavy lift. It can be difficult to pinpoint the source of pain with a bulging disc, making it a difficult condition to both treat and diagnoses. However, the following symptoms are all common for sufferers of a bulging disc.Symptoms of a Bulging DiscBecause bulging discs can occur anywhere throughout the spine, symptoms can be present anywhere from the lower back all the way up to the neck. Most injuries occur in the lower back and are a natural result of aging. Lower back pain may radiate throughout the legs, making it a challenge to walk for long periods of time. If the bulging disc is located in the upper back or neck, pain might be more severe in the shoulders as well. For many people, there are no symptoms of a bulging disc, even if the condition has persisted for years. In these cases, the problem is only diagnoses after an MRI of the area.Treatment for a Bulging DiscBulging disc treatment can be a long process, taking months to heal completely. However, in most cases the treatment is very conservative. Most doctors will recommend alternating ice with heat pads to stimulate circulation and relieve pain in the area. Medication might be prescribed in order to reduce severe pain, or cortisone shots can serve as a more permanent solution to the discomfort. If a bulging disc has compressed nerves, pain may be so intense that back surgery is required, although that is a rare course of action.
A herniated disc is also referred to as a slipped, rupture, bulging, or protruding disc.
The bulging of a disc is caused when the disc grows and comes to a point were it will touch the nerves of the spinal cord. The most common cause is age.
A bulging disc is a condition that occurs when there is a tear in the outer ring of one of your intervertebral discs, causing the soft portion to bulge out and out of place. If you have a bulging disc, you should definitely get it checked out asap in case it gets worse. If you start feeling pain from bulging discs, I would suggest trying to use some natural methods to relieve the pain. I had a friend that suffered from bulging discs and used natural methods for it like this - see related links.
Disc desication is another way of saying disc degeneration, which in other words is wear asnd tear or arthritis. Discs are located between each bone of the spine and function as shock absorbers so we can move, jump, turn,etc... They also act as a spacer, creating holes on the side of the spine for nerves to exit off of the spinal cord. Disc bulging is literally a disc that is "bulging". This is linked often times to desication because as a disc degenerates it flattens and bulges outward.
Symptoms of a bulging disc include, but are not limited to, pain, numbness in the affected area, and weakness in the extremities. An appointment with a physician needs to be made to determine a course of treatment.
No. A bulging disc is a disc that has mildly or severely (depending on what the diagnostics prove) buldged from the intervertebral space. This means that the nucleus inside the disc is intact and still within the disc space, but the disc itself has bulged outward. A herniated disc is the same thing as a ruptured disc in which case the nucleus has exited the intervertebral space and the two vetrebrae are essentially "bone on bone". A bulging disc occurs more often as we age or as repetitive activities weaken the the disc. Herniated discs are more often specifically related to trauma/injury sustained and are more acute (sudden) in onset.
small central disc protrusion at c3-4
A bulging anulus is not-quite-round ring. "Minimally bulging" means that the ring is nearly round. If that slight bulge is on the left side, then the ring is slightly bulging to the left of center.