Dear Sir, I am facing my left leg below the knee too much pain. After completion of MRI Scanning, result was Significant disc lesion at L4-L5 level compressing the theca and compromising both nerve exits ...
Dear Sir, My mother is suffering from l4/l5 central disc herniation with bilateral ligamenta flava hypertropy and results canal stenosis with right sciatica . She is strongly rejecting surgey. what are other ...
I have a herniated disc in L4 _-L5. I have sciatic pain down butt and thigh on right side. I also ..., vitamin D 3 times a week, predisone, and metaxalone. My feet and legs are so swollen. How do I get ...
Hi Doctor my wife is diagnosed to have L4-L5 and L5-S1 disc annular tear she is suffering fro foot ... was advised epidural and surgery later if needed she dont want intervention my question is 1) can we wait ...
I just got MRI report of my wife it says. My wife is suffering from back pain her MRI report says MR features are suggestive of the spinal curvature with disc bulge at L4-L5 and disc herniation at L5 ...
have back pain pain in my right leg .trere no pain in left leg. mri report central and bilateral paracentral dics protrusion [R L] at L4-L5 causing compression on the subarachnoid space and neural foraminal ...
I have a gap in l4 and l5 gets lot of pain while sitting for long period
Thanks for the query
I dont exactly know what you mean by gap between 14 and 15. I am guessing you are having chronic back pain. Here are my suggestions to you
1. Do not sit for more than 30 min, take small strolls around the office and strech
2. Tab Naproxen is an ideal drug for pain, take once a day for 3 days. DO not take it for more than 5 days
3. Core muscle exercises
I have herinated disk and degenation disk in my lower L4 and L5 disks. What is tge treatment for that?
Initially, try physiotherapy. A surgery can be planned on a later date depending on the need.
hey doc.. I'm a 51 year old male , obese ,l4 and l5 issues with severe neurological deficit on the right leg,
my problem has to do with my right hand falling as
You need to be investigated and examined properly.
Consult a neurologist as early as possible.
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