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Severe lower back pain radiating to legs. MRI normal. What could it be?

hio my name is kavita and i am 36 yrs old i have a severe pain in my lower back and the pain has worsed from lower back to right leg and my back , my doc told me to take an mri and the reports r normal so can u pls suggest what can i do to find out why this pain is occuring what could be thwe reason and waht treatment shud i take. thank you.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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Sever leg pain could be due to number of reasons however most common musculoskeletal reasons are disc prolapse, hip joint pathology or sacroiliac joint arthritis? need to know more about the pain. what was the MRI done? I would suggest to get examined by an orthopaedic surgeon to pin point the problem. Thanks.
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