Originally Posted by 4horses
Wouldn't the surgery be more than an MRI?
I have been having nerve problems for 3 years. My legs collapse randomly when I walk. The doctors blamed it on malnutrition from my stomach/GI issues, but all my blood work came back normal every single time (and my weight is stable). I was not convinced.
The neurologist also thought it was malnutrition, but after several tests thought an MRI would be a good idea anyway to check for MS. The MRI came back- I have a cyst on my cervical spine. It's not MS but syringomyelia.
I would get that MRI first. IF there is something wrong with your spine you want to know about it before you get permanent nerve damage! If you have a cyst on your spine, you want it treated as it can grow larger. Where you a large size when the pain started when you were 14? Or did the pain start before the weight?
I have had pain and boobs before the weight, I had an MRI when I was 14ish and it came back clean, so I doubt there is any change. Yes and MRI might be less that a reduction, but an MRI is not going to get rid of the pain, and the MRI was for my knee, and it was just going to be to confirm what we already think is wrong with my knee, and there is no cure.
Originally Posted by LouieThePalomino
I'm in the same position as you OP, I've been considering reduction too because ATM I am a 38 DDD and it's no fun trying to buy a shirt you like and it doesn't come in a big enough size. Plus, they're TERRIBLE to ride with and they really throw me off balance. I don't really have back pain though because I'm loosing weight and building muscle from riding so often and for so long.
Any ways best luck to you! I hope your surgery goes well ! :)
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Nothing like being slapped in the face by your own tit while riding. I used to wear 2 bras, one normal, and a sports bra, and I still bounce every where! I hated riding around guys, so embarrassing.