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Can I ask a doctor to advise looking at the MRI scan report of lubosocral spine ?

HELLO! MY MRI SCAN REPORT OF LUBOSOCRAL SPINE SAYS 1. DISC PROTRUSION NOTED AT C-5,C-6 LEVEL CAUSING INDENTATION OF THECAL SAC . 2. DISC BULGE NOTED AT D10 D11 WHAT DO WE MEAN BY THIS,AND WHAT ECERCISESSHALL I DO SO I COULD GET MY BACK PAIN REDUCED.,, MAINLY PAIN IS MORE IN NIGHT WHILE SLEEPING,,PLS ANSWER ME,,IT WOULD A A GREAT HELP,,
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Hi,
From report it shows that you are having degenerative changes in your spines causing prolapse discs causng indentation in spinal canal.
This can give rise to irritation or pressure on nerves giving rise to backache, pain in shoulder, neck.
consult orthopedic surgeon and get examined.
Physiotherapy, short way diathermy and cervical traction will give you much relief.
Take calcium, vitamin A and D supplements.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Mon, 25 Nov 2013
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