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Getting rid of back ache permanently - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Back Pain
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User :   hi Doc,
Doctor :   ghi
User :   I am having a bach ache from last 4-5 days
Doctor :   ok
User :   before that also 1 month back i suffered from the lower bachache
User :   thah time it forcesd me to the bed
User :   so what all precautions should i take this time
Doctor :   have you taken any med for tit
User :   last time yes
User :   i went to the orthopedic and also did some physiotherapy
User :   as suggested by him
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   your back ache is due to ligamental weaknes
User :   yes the doctor also said the same
Doctor :   ok
User :   so what should i do now to get rid of it permanently
Doctor :   so you need to have some , exercisws and loife style modificationsd to combat the pain
Doctor :   Our discussion about your problem may need more than 5 minutes. You will be taken to the payment page after 5 mins, I will be here to assist you after payment. It's a very nominal cost. After payment, you will be brought back to the chat from where you left it.
User :   can you suggest some
User :   ok
User :   and whats the cost can you tell me
Doctor :   its 160rs for a day

Doctor :   and 999 for a year .. you can chat any amount off time
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