Five months ago, my wife had a disc herniation surgery. She was fine for the next two to three months, but again she is getting the pain. Her doctor advised us to go for repeated MRI. We are yet to meet her doctor, But, I am looking forward to know what is going on. I have attached the reports for your reference. Please help.
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I do not have a soft copy of first MRI. I will get it at the earliest. Here, I have attached the discharged summary, old MRI report copy and new MRI report copy. I am not so much familiar with these terms and doctors usually do not talk clearly regarding the issue. I am so much worried about my wife. I would like to know few things. If herniated disc success rate is just 20% as you said, then can you give me your estimated rate where we are? I have started giving her basic yoga exercises. Can you guide us on the same. Is it safe to do it twice a day? In the new MRI it is written as desiccation. Do I need to be concerned? Please advice me how should I proceed next.
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