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Burning and tingling legs. Need to lose weight. Have degenerative disc

i have been having burning and increased tingling or sort of tingling in my legs, i am 41years old and weigh 235 lbs, i need to lose a bit of weight, i noticed the burning about 3 months ago and i feel it most when i have been seated for a while, upright i feel much better, i have a degenerative disc at l1 s5 or vice versa
Asked On : Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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burning and tingling in the legs may be probably due to degenerative disc pathology. you need to reduce weight definitely. please wear a lumbo sacral corset and check how you sit in a chair during working time. your back should be supporting properly in the chair with entire contact of your back and also keep your legs on foot rest at least 10 cms height from the ground.take mild analgesics and multi vitamin tablets like renerve plus which has benfo thiamine and methycobalamine and along with bed rest for 2 - 3 days.
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