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Is it possible to cure sciatica with ayurvedic medication?

i am suffering with right leg ( sciatica ) since 4 months. after MRI Ortho docters told that, between c4 and c5 disk problem. they told that, by operation only the problem will be solved. Also they told that, the disk can be replaced with Steel or metalic instrument. I am using several medicine but, having lot f pain in the right leg. one senior doctor told that, by doing hole in the back(spine), the disk can be cleaned as some of the flesh is touching the nerve. is it possible?. or there are any methods to cure the disease. some of my frinds are adviced not to go operation as it is a sensitive part in the body. with kerala ayurvedic oil massage and medicines is it possible to cure. pl advice. regards,
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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welcome to hcm,
could you please name the medicine you have already used.ther some good medicine homeopathy to cure the problem.I NEED ESPECIALLY YOUR BLOOD REPORT AND URINE REPORT TO KNOW SOME DEPOSITORY CONDITION ,WHICH CAUSES SCIATICA PAIN.
Answered: Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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