I have studied your case.
Your MRI says large central protrusion (With annular tear) at L4/5 level compressing thecal sac
. And large central extrusion at L5/S1 level compressing bilateral S1 descending nerve roots. Exiting nerve root which later on supply lower limb [leg].Due to compression of this nerve root there is tingling
numbness in your leg and pain associated with it.
Medication like methylcobalamine with muscle relaxant
will reduce pain; you can take them consulting your treating doctor.
You may consult physiotherapist for further guidance. He may start TENS, or ultrasound
which is helpful in your case.
I will advise to check your vit B12 and vit D3 level.
MRI shows disc compressing on nerve root then surgical decompression is permanent solution.
As per MRI finding surgery is required, but decision need to be taken after clinical examination, age, patient requirement, and MRI film.
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