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I have migrating pain in lower back and hip joint. Taking evion still pain remains

I am 42 year male in India suffring since jun 24 , 2011 for migrating pain in lower back + heap joint area xray was normal. I have done 10 sessions of physiotherapy also the pain was reduced by 70%. Now again due to some physical work pain started & When I went to private medical MD doctor he prescribed the medicinecs for 10 days. these medicines are 1. Evion-C 2. PAN 40 3. Myoril plus 4mg . Please help me & suggest me on such type of pain and also on what is use of each medicines prescribed by doctor
Asked On : Fri, 5 Aug 2011
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  User's Response
Hello and welcome to HCM.
Pain originating in the lumbar region and travelling to hips and lateron to thieghs is
called Sciatica and is generally due to nerve compression at the disc level.

It is often temporary and when the pain is severe, rest on a hard mattress and anti
inflammatory pain killers eases it. Hat bath and general back massages helps to sooth the pain. Avoid lifting heavy objects and bending down to lift things.If severe, an orthopaedic opinion and an MRI scan is necessary. Thanks
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  Anonymous's Response
welcome to health care magic
see these types of pain come under VAT vaidya,,according to ayurveda and they are the masters in pain management..through diet and massage ,steam..visit best ayurveda center near you and feel the miracle!!
take care
Answered: Fri, 5 Aug 2011
Diabetologist Dr. Sudharshan's  Response
Welcome to Healthcare magic forum,
Lower back pain radiating to lower limbs suggests inter vertebral lumbar disc prolapse or bulge. The best way to diagnose is to get MRI LS spine.
Precaution to take:
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,
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