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Pain in back. Taking paracetamol. MRI showed crumbled disc in spine. Why am i having this pain?

i m taking 3 500mg of parasetamol and it feels like my back is grinding and still giving me pain now as before it would go after the tablets . i m able to walk but im in so much pain when i do walk. wot can i do i v been for an mri and its a disc in my spin thats crumbled and i so don t understand why i orasam before i have the pain.
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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consult a neuro/spine surgeon. He will examine you. If you are having severe pain not relived by rest and drugs or having progressive neurological deficit and your symptoms are correlating with MRI you might need surgery. Nerve root block is one option for radiculopathy.
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