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Back pain, shooting down leg, hip pain. CT scan normal. History of back pain. Treatment?

i had a ct scan on lower back and it didnt show anything but i still have severe lower back pain and pain shooting down right leg and my left hip is starting to hurt really bad ....i have been having problems with my back the past year but its done got to the point it hurts to get up in the mornings and i cant walk over a few mins or sit over a few mins it starts burning so bad....any ideas?
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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hi.. you most probably is suffering from intervertebral disc prolapase.. best
investigation to do is an M.R.I... it will give you a much clear idea about what is your problem.. and the doctor will decide to plan for a surgery or simple conservative managements..
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