It seems that you have disc prolapse
which impinge on L4 and L5 roots which is producing these symptoms
There are numerous nonoperative treatment modalities. Most encompass a
combination of bed rest
, physical therapy
, chiropractic care, and medication.
Analgesics or muscle relaxants can sometimes help relieve pain.
The most commonly prescribed drug therapy involves NSAIDS (non steroidal anti
inflammatory drugs). These reduce inflammation that may be the causative
factor underlying nerve root
pain. Proper exercise can also help prevent back
problems and is included in many treatment regimes. A physical therapist or
chiropractor can work to create an individualized exercise plan to best suit
You also need to reduce your weight and also use lumbosacral belt and avoid lifting heavy weight.Hope this will help you