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Acute lower back pain since c-section delivery, no relief with anti-inflammatory drugs. Suggestive treatment?

Dr. Good After Noon, my wife had done 5 month back, in that time anesthesia had given drug in spinal Inj. due to that till now my wife facing lower back pain and pain is acute... Local consulting Dr. had given her some anti-inflammatory drug and inj but when she can not take she facing acute pain!! what she do or take as per yr suggations...... now you suggest the treatment.....??
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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hi goodafternoon. you have not written about first surgery she has other baby is advised that your wife must see her Gynaecologist for said complaints.did she have any xray,mri or scan sort of tests during these 5 months. It is advised that if your gyn/obs clears your wife, she must go to neurosureon for advise.her complaints may be corelation with her surgery but may have some problem in vertebralcolumn. so it is advised to see some Neurophysician
Answered: Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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