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Diffuse disc bulge with herniation causing moderate thecal sac bilateral transversing compression

mornig sir my husbund 29 years old 5 years back one time he did long jumb practice that timel he fell down with his back he had been back pain and also had radiating pain on leg then problem solved he back to normal from that time he did mild back exercise . 4to5 times that disc problem occur with in this 5 years doctors prescribe some medicines like pain killers 6 months before scaning report is l4-l5 diffuse disc bulge with herniation causing moderate thecal sac bilateral transversing compression (l>r)and bilateral neural foramin narrowing l5-s1 disc bulge anterior thecal sac and bilateral neural foramen narrowing , l5-s1 diffuse disc bulge causing anterior thecal sac identation and bilateral neural foramen narrowing without significant nerve root compression , l5-s1 facetal arthrosis what v have to do sir
Asked On : Wed, 2 Mar 2011
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OBGYN 's  Response
Thanks for writing to us.
Your husband is suffering from disc prolapse which is causing a nerve root compression. In addition to the pain killers that he is already taking, he needs to have a good muscle relaxant like thiocolchicoside and methylcobalamin supplements for improvement of symptoms related to the nerves.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Mon, 8 Aug 2011
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Diabetologist Dr. Sudharshan's  Response
Welcome to Healthcare magic forum,
Lumbar disc prolapse needs following precautions:

Avoid riding two wheeler.
Dont lift heavy weight.
Sleep on hard mattress and on ur back and side, dont sleep in ur abdomen since the muscles will get more strained.
Avoid sudden bending and turning.
Take hot fomentation daily twice.
Sit in a proper potion, dont hunch back when u sit.
U can wear LS belt while travelling.
Consult ortho specialist for further treatment.
Hope I have answered ur question,
Answered: Mon, 8 Aug 2011
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