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What medicine to take for burning sensation in lower limbs due to Sciatica ?

hy i m 32 yrs old male i have sciatica pain from 4 months doctor check my spinal x ray he says ur vertibra is compressed thats why u have feeling burning sensation in buttocks , legs , knee and tingling sensation in various parts of body he seggest me some medicines but it cant effect me longer can u advise me best anti inflimantry medicine for relief burning sensation plz i m married and can compressed vertibrae is the cause of sciatica thanks hy i m 32 yrs old male i have sciatica pain from 4 months doctor check my spinal x-ray he says ur vertibra is compressed thats why u have feeling burning sensation in buttocks , legs , knee and tingling sensation in various parts of body he seggest me some medicines but it cant effect me longer can u advise me best anti-inflimantry medicine for relief burning sensation plz i m married and can compressed vertibrae is the cause of sciatica thanks tell me any best medicine for relief my burning sensation plz plz plz i m very tired and can normal spinal x-ray shows sciatica nerve pain my doctor is orthopadic and neoro specialist sir
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jul 2011
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You are not clear if you have compression fracture or compression of nerves because of disc prolapse. Both require surgery especially if they are causing pain and weakness. Compression of nerves can cause sciatica and this kind of burning pain. You can take Pregabalin containing medicine for pain relief temporarily like Nervigen-P, Neuromax or Lyrica for example. Also if there is muscle spasm you can take T.Zerodol-MR after meal. Both these medicines should be taken under medical supervision compulsorily. Drink plenty of water. Avoid constipation which can aggravate back pain and nerve compression by eating plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. Also with Orthopaedician's consent you may do mild back stretching exercises and physiotherapy like SWD for relief. Remember only Surgery will cure.
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