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Disc bulge that hurts all the time, losing weight consistently, always tired. What do you think ?

I have disc buldge, however it hurts all the time, whether I m sitting, standing, or laying down. I am also losing weight consistently. I am 53 years old, my height is 5 4 and my current weight is 105. I used to weight 119 pounds. I m always tired and have no energy for anything. I took a thyroid test which came out negative. What do you think? AAAAAA
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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hi, dear disc buldge is at what level....? generally it sarts slowly due to swellin of the vertebre and due to pressure of that the disc starts buldging to posterior side and sometimes if its not corrected at time may lead to herniation of disc..classicla homoeopathy can help you for a permanet relif from this because it is due to some ailment in your mind after which you had this....hope you will get well soon
Answered: Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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