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My mistake, I sort of figured they weren’t your MRIs halfway through my post, when I saw it said case 39 and then I spotted the disk herniation halfway down the neck (which wasn’t on your MRI) – but it was one oclock in the morning and I hadn’t paid enough attention initially!
Yes, listen to your neurosurgeon, he’s the expert and in charge of your healthcare at the end of the day. Hypermobilty with lax ligaments certainly doesn’t help, as the head is held on to the neck only by ligaments and, I see that that’s contributing to your problems.
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