Solution for significant disc lesion at L4-L5
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, so please i need solution for this ...can you please send message for my mail id...
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l4 -l5 mild diffuse disc bulge
Ihave been doing gym since 2007. I have been suffering severe back pain for the last 6 months.so I went through MRI ,RESULT IS MILD DIFFUSE L4-L5 DISC BULGE .Iam very intrested in body building ,is it possible to continue my exercise and what precautions I have to take
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Focal annular tear at L4-L5
Hello Doctor: I got an MRI scan recently and the impression read as below: Diffuse disc bulge with focal annular tear at L4-L5 causing indentation on subarachnoid space. Doctor can you please guide me as to how ayurvedic treatment (panchakarma therapy and other medications like flexy, rasnadi (S)...
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Treatment for l4/l5 central disc herniation
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 suitable treatements for her. Does this condition can be recover completely. thank u...
Is there any non-surgical treatment for L4-L5 disc bulge ?
Hello Sir/Madam, I am suffering from severe lower back pain since 2 months. Background : ------------------- I took 3 weeks bed rest. The pain reduced for about a month and again the symptoms are re-occuring. Severe pain in lower back (mainly right side) and the pain is radiating to my right leg....
I am suffering from bulging disc of L4 L5.
I am suffering from bulging disc of L4 L5.Got operated on sep 2008 and they removed the bulging portion.aFTER 1 YEAR IT STARTED PAINING AGAIN AND THE MRI results still show the bulging disc.What is the solution, whether i can overcome this by exercise and proper medication or should i go for...
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L4-L5 disc reveals diffuse posterior bulge thecal
hi sir patient name shanti singh referred by Dr.hemant chatterjee (orth ) bilaspur mri scan of lumbosacacral spine impression L4-L5 disc reveals diffuse posterior bulge thecal sac L4-S1 disc reveals diffuse posterior bulge with bilateral foraminal component, indents both the exiting nerve root....
Is it possible that disk hernia (L4-L5) retracts by itself in time? Or is it that the only option for this is surgery?
Yes. Herniated discs can shrink down in size over time and pain will reduce. There are a number of treatment options before surgery will be considered. Gentle exercise such as swimming or cycling. Physiotherapy with manipulation, massage and exercises to build up core muscles can help. Pain killers as needed. If these measures fail, surgery may be needed.
Dr K A Pottinger
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
normal count of bilirubin in adult body
Direct bilirubin: 0.1 mg/ dl to 0.3 mg/ dl (1.7 mmol/ l to 5.1 mmol/ l)
Indirect bilirubin: 0.2 mg/ dl to 0.8 mg/ dl (3.4 mmol/ l to 12.0 mmol/ l)
Total bilirubin: 0.3 mg/ dl to 1.0 mg/ dl (5.1 mmol/ l to 17.0 mmol/ l)
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