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Swellingof nerves that press against the spines and recovery period - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Greetings. Iam a
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   Hi Doc
User :   Iam 40 yo, from xxxxx
Doctor :   ok
User :   Iam what you can call a fitnes s
User :   freak. But recently i had a problem in my back when i was playing badminton
Doctor :   ok
User :   and have stopped playing for the last 2 months. The pain is gone, but Iam a bit afraid to start the game again. The doc said its the swelling of the nerves which presses against the spine, which is giving me the pain.
Doctor :   ok
User :   wanted to confirm and find out if i can start playing shuttle. Now there is absolutely no pain in the back, bust sometimes i feel the pain on my butts.
Doctor :   start keep it slow to start with do not try doing the same vigorous exercises that you are used to
User :   but not severe though
Doctor :   Did thedoctor mention it to be SCIATICA
User :   nopes. never mentioned anything. I was put on bedrest completely for 5 days and thereafter nothing else. Then after two weeks, i started walking.
User :   now a lil bit of walking and swimming, but no shuttle
Doctor :   ok
User :   and I miss the game. Shall i start?
Doctor :   How much of a time has lapsed between these events
User :   2 MONTHS NOW
Doctor :   i would say that you need to keep it slow to start with

Doctor :   never try to strain your self as you need to be the judge of your condition
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