I have been diagnosed with Dysphagia and so far the only treatment I have been given is throat dialation which only last six months at at time so far.
So far no one seems to be able to tell me why this is occuring.
I suspect that it is a result of a spine injury. I had a sever injury in 2004 and found that T4 had narrowing, T7 small herniation, T11 small herniation, ther was also a sprained flank muscle and kidney hemtoma found.
I have gone to a local chiropractor and have been told I also have siatica, yet clinical nerve conduction testing does not show any problems.
I was this year diagnosised with Nuropathic chronic pain, and also Fibromyalgia.
I also have been given the diagnosis of sezuires that are from Migarines.
I am 53 years old female who is just about threw menopause and other wise in general good health.
Is there a connection to the Dysphagia and possible spine nerve impingments? Is there other options to treatment of Dysphagia other than medications surgery?
Thank you for your council.
Posted By Melinda on July 10, 2009 at 17:07:17:
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