Hello and welcome to HCM
I, Dr Shailja take the opportunity to answer your query.
The history of back ache which is more on getting up from chair or bed and X-ray findings of a problem at the level of L5-S1 indicates disc herniation or disc protrusion
A disc made up of fibro-cartilage
is present between two bny vertebrae. It acts as a shock
Sudden getting up can cause this disc to move out from its normal position. The protruding the disc causes symptoms of pain by compressing the various nerves in the vicinity.
Its management is conservative initially consisting of rest and supplements if required. supplements mentioned by you does not have any side effects if taken in prescribed dosage.
A displaced disc is at high risk of prolapse if there is no prolapse initially.
You should avoid picking up heavy weights and no to bend/ stand up from a bending position suddenly.
This may aggravete the problem.
Take rest and further a MRI
may be required.
Stay in touch with your treating doctor.
Thanks and take care
Dr Shailja P Wahal