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Ruptured ligamentum nuchae after rear end accident

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/22/2011 10:08 AM
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Ruptured ligamentum nuchae after rear end accident
But the know it all Doctors could not diagnosis this.And it is the main ligament being stretched when your head is flexed forward violently.There not doctors,There robots or pawns of big pharm and the insurance lobby.It was like they did every thing they could do to hide it.By saying the lump was a bone.By denying a cat scan.I had to go to the emergency room,and demand a cat scan.They were thinking I was there for a pain shot lol.I am like no.I have pain meds in my pocket.Then after the cat scan,no call,nothing.I had to go and pick it up myself to look at the image and read the report.The rupture is at C5 level and its is now beginning to calcify.This is entrapping the nerves.Causing more pain.
Now I have diagnosed my cause of pain in my neck outside the two prolapsed discs.Which they were saying maybe ware and tear:O Not when it is accompanied with a ligament rupture Duh.I think I won my case.Why are so many doctors sooooo dumb?Not all,but many??? bonghit
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01/22/2011 11:26 AM
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Re: Ruptured ligamentum nuchae after rear end accident
Tell me about it,we need to take charge of our own ! F --ck them!
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01/22/2011 11:35 AM
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Re: Ruptured ligamentum nuchae after rear end accident
Tell me about it,we need to take charge of our own ! F --ck them!
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Yea,It really makes no sense to me.I had one idiot doctor all high and mighty say,I can not refer you to a mri.Because you are in chronic pain.I was like wtf?I had it in writing via email.So I guess the lawyer will think of it as a plus.But I can tell you that Its been a living hell to deal with.
Yes sure My Neurologist,its a bone,totally normal.Not,Its a ruptured ligament of the worst kind.If it keeps worsening,which it more then likely will,will have to be treated somehow.Its ruptured right on the midline of the spine.I have read that they do continue to get calcium and turns to bone like structure with nerve endings ect.My neck in unstable.I am one rear end away from losing all function below that level.
And this docs main concern is my blood pressure:)Which is normal,except when I am around arrogant now it alls
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01/22/2011 11:51 AM
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Re: Ruptured ligamentum nuchae after rear end accident
Basically what happens when your rear ended or hurt.If your older then 40,the insurance people blame it on aging or pre existing conditions.Under this theory.You can rear end most older folks,and not have to worry about getting held accountable,because they love to say the injury is from normal aging.How weird is that?So soft disc injuries are always down played, as part of normal aging.Anyway.With a ruptured ligament,its shows that there was a big load put on the ligament.So,It is now easier to link,my disc issues to that.Trauma induced rather then some age bs.
Outside of that.I need to get this shot fixed.because it is hard to find a good position to sleep in.I am seeing a female doctor monday.I hope she is a good doctor.I feel it will be easier to talk to her then a know it all male doctor.
I really never ever sued anyone ever for a accident.I did this time because I was really hurt.
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11/07/2011 05:15 PM
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Re: Ruptured ligamentum nuchae after rear end accident
You lamers need to lighten upbanana2

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