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Problem with L4 and L5, prolapse disc, severe back pain, numbness in leg. Treatment?

I have degenerative disc disease a recent MRI reveled a problem with L4&5 and a prolapse disc also a problem with sac5 I have severe low back pain at this time and pain and numbness in my right leg that I have had since the birth of my last child 21 yrs ago the pain in my leg and stinging numbness worsens on standing what is the treatment for this?
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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use homoeopathic medicine for this prob

1. natrum phos 200 4 drop morning and 4 drop evening that means 2 times
2 colocynth 200 4 drop afternoon and 4 drop night that meas 2 times daily
and 3rd one is thuja occ 1m 4 drop at 15 days interval
and taking some precation
1. dont put weight
2 stop execers
3
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
  User's Response
use homoeopathic medicine for this prob

1. natrum phos 200 4 drop morning and 4 drop evening that means 2 times
2 colocynth 200 4 drop afternoon and 4 drop night that meas 2 times daily
and 3rd one is thuja occ 1m 4 drop at 15 days interval
and taking some precation
1. dont put weight
2 stop execers
3
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
  User's Response
use homoeopathic medicine for this prob

1. natrum phos 200 4 drop morning and 4 drop evening that means 2 times
2 colocynth 200 4 drop afternoon and 4 drop night that meas 2 times daily
and 3rd one is thuja occ 1m 4 drop at 15 days interval
and taking some precation
1. dont put weight
2 stop execers
3
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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