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Done lumber laminectomy, hip pain when bending. Is it normal?

hi i did the lumber laminctomy L3, L4 on 24 May ,,,during this month i have a pain but was oky....... 2 days ago,, after a sudden movement( i was sitting on a chair then the bottel of water falled suddenly i bend to get it with out thinking) now i have a very bad pain in my right hips goes down to the right leg is that normal thank you
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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It looks not serious at present .But it can be acute disc rupture also.So i would suggest you to take tablet Brufen and bed rest for some days and see if your pain improves. If it stays like this it would be better to show it to orthopaedic surgeon and get MRI to see if every thing is normal. You can also take pregabalin and methylcobalamine for pain relief also.
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