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Constant lower back pain. Can an online doctor explain the MRI report ?

i have lower back pain from 6 year bcz of damge somting in back during my duty lifit weight . i feel that time some pain after 3 day it littile normal, but during 5 when lifit weight mor than 10 to 20 kg it start agin like first time pain, MY MRI report 1. Dessicted L4-L5 disc noted. 2.The vertebral bodies are grossly normal in morphology and signal intensity. 3.right paracentral disc bulge noted at D11-D12 level causing thecal sac indentation on the right side leading to compromise of ritht trvaversing D12 nerve root Normal conus medullaris . Nomal posterior elements. Normal paravertebral soft tissues
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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first thing you need to do is stop lifting heavy weights which have cause damage to your disc and causing backpain
consult your orthopedic surgeon , if you do not have any neurodificit and otherwise bearable pain then can be managed conservatively without surgeryand good physiotherapyand medications. but, you need to be very carefull because if it progresses then you may have to undergo the surgery
Answered: Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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