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I have disc desolation at c2-c3 down to c4-c5 and
and disc desolation at L5-s1 with associated loss of disc height at this level can tell me what this proble
Between each vertebra (the bones which make up the spinal column) there are inter vertebral discs.You have got slipped disc between 2nd & 3rd cervical vertebrae and 4th and 5th cervical vertebrae in your neck. Also you have slipped disc between 5th lumbar & 1st sacral vertebrae at small of your back.It can cause neck and arm pain and low backache.
Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D.
"Mild exaggeration of lumbar lordosis"
And its from last 3 months
mild retroplacement of L4vertebra over L5 And minimal retroplacement of L3vertebra over L4
What seems to be the problem? These are findings of an Xray of the Lumbosacral spine. Please let me know what problem you are facing. Treatment has to be guided by your symptoms. Take care.
Is it safe to take Diane 35 on my 3rd or 4th day of my period or I have to wait for my next month cycle? ty
You can start it on the 3rd or 4th day of your cycle - no later.