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Back pain, mild bulge. Treatment?

Hi my query is about my back pain . so nuro sourgor or nuro specialist ans my questions i have prolonged back ache in my low back from 2004 to now .i have taken MRI scan two times in 2007 and last week both are largely same. my doctor said its mild bulge. iam getting pain on my low pack also pain is radiating through my buttuck and over the leg. doctors prescribed medicines now like tablets for one month also said no need any surgery . kindly suggest me how i move further Thanks in advance.
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. the doctor you have to consult is the orthopedic surgeon. he can judge the amount of pressure exerted on the nerves. some times the disc prolapse may be minimal but can cause more pressure on the sciaticnerve, & other nerves. which causes pain.
i advise you to consult an orthopedic surgeon. for diagnosis.
besides i advise you to follow some food restrictions. avoid potato other tubers, tamato, cauliflower, egg , chicken, sea foods for some time and observe the difference.
wishing for immediate recovery.
Answered: Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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