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Back pain, MRI:disc bulge, movement of pain toward limbs, intolerable pain leading to unconsciousness, low BP, anemic

I am a lady of 29 years, suffering for back pain since long and last year when i was advised to take an MRI scan , it was found that i had disc bulge in the c5-c6,c6-c7 level. The pain is torturing me since long and it has started vibrating towards my hands and legs. I have a tingling sensation in my arms and legs and also numbness and tremendous pain in my back starting from the neck, my right arm, right leg and also sometimes in the left. I am unable to tolerate this pain and get unconscious at least once a day. I am unable to ascend steps due to pain and giddiness. My BP is most of the time 60/90 and i am anemic too. I underwent several treatments for the same but english medicine make me very drowsy. I am unable to lie down and sleep peacefully without pain and ayurveda has no effects on me. Please suggest a solution for me.
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Physical Therapist or Physiotherapist 's  Response
Hi Harini, I do release your pain and difficulties you are going through. See inter vertebral disc prolapse (IVDP) is having 4 stages. among them disc bulging is the 1st stage. So if your MRI report states that it is a bulging only then don't panic because it can be managed conservatively with the help of Physiotherapy treatment. You can take cervical traction, spinal mobilisation, neck extension exercises, then some pain relieving modalities like IFT/TENS/Ultrasound depending upon the clinical presentations. But since your B.P is low special attention to be given during traction force. But remember that few sessions of regular physiotherapy, time to time follow up, home advices given by your physiotherapist in terms of exercises and condition specific preventive measures would lead to a good recovery. Wish you to have a good recovery soon.
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