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MRI report says loss of cervical lordosis of paraspinal muscle spasm, posterior disc bulge. Pain in the neck. Need help

HELLO DOC,
RECENTLY I HV DONE MY MRI AND THE COLCLUSION OF REPORTS IS AS BELOW:

LOSS OF CERVICAL LORDOSIS OF PARASPINAL MUSCLE SPASM. MINIMAL POSTERIOR DISC BULGE AT C4-5 LEVEL INDENTING THE THECAL SAC WITHOUT SIGNIFICANT COMPRESSION.

I hv severe pain on my left side of neck which is unbearable at night. and bcz of this i hv pain on my left side of head behind my ears. please help me out. I my 27 yrs old

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Dhanashri
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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Neurologist 's  Response
Hi,
Based on the details and MRI report you have cervical radiculopathy L) side secondary to disc prolapse.Occipitonuchal headache is due to disc itself with muscle spasm

You require muscle relaxants like tolperisone , along with short course of pain killers with neuralgic drug pregabantin which will alleviate your symptoms.

Meantime use cervical collar , and avoid weight bearing

Consult neurologist for prescritpion

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Dr Sandhya Manorenj
Answered: Fri, 7 Jun 2013
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