I cant Understand what my results say???

I got my Xray results back,I didnt see the Photos, just the paper an dit said :
Impressions:
There is Mild Arthritis Affecting the Lower thoracic vertebral Body,Marginal Spur formation and some accentuated lordosis

another view:
There are Mild Degenerative Changes affecting the lumbar spine with marginal spur formation and disc space narrowing; however no fractures.


I hurt my back in 07,lots of construction and impropr lifting and overweight.... and The Pain is Definately not Minimal or Mild,I have been getting worse pains especially in the groin area, canot sit or walk or stand for long periods of times.Pain is so frustrating it never goes away and I cant even think,I have beebn through So many diffrent pain meds, nothing works fully,they mostly kinda dumb me up and.....I am such a hirrible person to be around,I am overweight I know that has alot to do with it.But what does all that stuff mean? I need someone to explain that to a simple person as myself.

Thank you so much.

Posted By Rex Lohofua on February 02, 2010 at 08:07:41:

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