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Old 05-30-2014, 09:02 AM #1
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Question, does a spinal problem cause fatigue and an inability to concentrate?Im about to lose my job if I dont quit making mistakes on what should be simple tasks.. Also does anyone want to take a stab at this MRI.

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I sent you a PM re why the attached MRI was removed and needs to be edited by you prior to attachment
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Do you have the written report for the MRI?
Usually the written report is easier to help with than images.

Also what symptoms & pain are you having?

The report & symptoms together will give us more info to help you.
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Hi,

I have cervical and lumbar problems and one Dr told me a cervical problem can affect concentration etc. I also get extremely fatigued.
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I have cervical and lumbar problems and one Dr told me a cervical problem can affect concentration etc. I also get extremely fatigued.
I, too, have cervical problems that cause a lot of pain. I notice that when my pain meds begin to wear off and just before the onset of severe pain, I get extremely fatigued. I don't know if it is the pending onset of pain that causes the fatigue or some physiological problem associated with the cervical problems. Maybe it is like a defense mechanism of the body that tries to get me off my feet when the bad pain is coming. Or maybe my mind just wants to check out before the pain gets bad.
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