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Spinal cord bulging
My father found difficulties is walking for about 8 months... feel numbness in both legs.. in recently taken MRI  a neurosurgeon found the disc bulging in neck and mid back ... so he advised us for a surgery in spinal cord...but my father dont have any pain over his back... Is the surgery is only solution for this? If surgery is the solution means can we expect him to be normal as back or any other risk factors are there? If surgery is done what may be the risk factors? If surgery is not done what may be the worst conditions?
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