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Having lower back pain, sacroiliitis, MRI shows early diffuse disc bulge. Suggest some cure?

Hello Sir/Madam, I am facing lower back pain on left side since 6-7 months. I have done physiotherapy many times to avail nothins. Now it is diagnosed with Sacroilitis. I am done with MRI and it reveals early diffuse disc bulge at l4-l5 level at indenting thecal sac without any neural compromise . As the pain is not bearable for me PLEASE advise me on this. Thanks & Regards, Satish Deokar
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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Satish sacroillitis and back pain which you are feeling can be ankylosing spondylitis. i would suggest you to get your HLAb 27 and anticcp antibody test. For the time being these are the things you can do
1. Take one tablet piroxicam daily
2. Physiotherapy needs to be continued
3.Hot water fomentation and avoidance of cool temperature and AC
Answered: Tue, 25 Mar 2014
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