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Low back pain could result from various causes. it is necessary to identify and rule out the cause of low back pain.consult a Orthopaedic Doctor and start spinal exercises.postural guidance during rest and work is very important.
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The low back pain which is causing some weakness in legs can be due to prolapse intervertebral disc (slip disc).You need to consult a Orthopaedic doctor to get examined & for treatment.You may require investigations like X-ray of spine and if necessary MRI of spine to locate the problem if you don't get relief with medicines.Since you said you cannot afford if the treatment is expensive then talk to the doctor & get treated at some government hospital.
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