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I cant walk for even 3 mins, my buttuks becoming so painful

middle, lower back and leg pain for years now, 33 years old hi, i am 33 years old, and have had severe pain for years now, and havn t seen a doctor, this has kept 7 years now. i try to take my dog for a walk and i cant walk for even 3 mins without my lower back just above my buttuks becoming so painful i fear i wont make it home. I have troubles laying on either of my sides, as the side of my bum shoots a pain up my back and down to my knees. i have had tried advil and alieves, i m alergic to tylenol and perkocet, but a friend gave me an oxycotin and a diladuad and i finally had found relief... what can i do, what should i do, as this pain is intorlerable and the suffering is causing depression..
Asked On : Fri, 18 Mar 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Get an MRI of LS Spine done & mail the report to me at Probably you need a surgical intervention i.e. discectomy
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Answered: Mon, 21 Mar 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Mohan Kumar's  Response
dear georgiana,
you might be having any of the back related problem and the description that you have given is insufficient. do specify if the pain is radiating to your legs or not. have you had any type of accident , fall etc. that caused the onset of pain 7 years before. you should see a doctor and get treatment. you are 33 yrs now imagine what will happen if degeneration kicks in. so do not fool around. get professional help. mean while use any natural oil for light massage for 5 mins after that apply heat to the area. this may give you a bit of relief.
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Answered: Fri, 18 Mar 2011
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