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I have dealt with cervical sponylosis for two years (I recently turned 21). It has been getting progressively worse over time, but in the last four days, it has reached an entirely new level. I can hardly move my neck without immense pain, and the pain has spread to my upper back as well. I'm not sure what's going on, and I'm very frightened. I have tried pretty much every fix you could possibly think of, with the exception of surgery. My arm goes numb on and off, and has been for the past year. But doctors have all denied me surgery because of my age (I live in the US). The pain is unimaginable right now, as I can barely move my neck or even my arms without gasping for air for a moment from the pain. Do you think this is enough to finally get me the surgery I've been needing for two years? I plan on going to see a doctor later this afternoon to see if any new options have come up.
?(I also have three bulging discs and bone spurs in my cervical spine.)
Thank you in advance.
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