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Pain and numbness occurs in left buttock but intensity is very less

MRI-LUMBOSACRAL SPINE.L4-L5 left paracentral posterior disc bulge.L5-S1 diffuse circumferential disc bulge is seen with thecal CSF indentation.Alignment of vertebrae is normal.The vertebrae show normal marrow signals.The spinal canal is adequate.The facets joints are normal. The conus and filum terminals show normal signal intensity.No evidence of any intradural lesion is seen.The subarachnoid space shows normal CSF intensity.The paraspinal soft tissues are normal I am 25 years old male.3 months back i fell back while running.Pain occurs in the right buttock,numbness also occurs.Intensity of pain depends on the strain undergone.Sometimes pain is like some one is injecting in that part.With extreme strain i get pain in left ankle and right knee. Pain and numbness occurs in left buttock also but intensity is very less when compared with the symptoms in right side.
Asked On : Tue, 1 Mar 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Try physiotherapy esp IFT & Lumbar traction . You must get relief with this & also apply LS belt
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Answered: Fri, 4 Mar 2011
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. S S Soni's  Response
you are suffering from prolapse intervertebral disc. get an MRI of lumbosacral spine done & mail the report to me at to suggest you further line of treatment
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Answered: Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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