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Is my back pain due to disc or due to nerves stressed out and how can we cure it ?

Hello, who ever can answer me plz do so. Im experiencing lower back pain , it was mild pain just past two Weeks bit I is getting worst. I know im over weight but im trying to excersise to cut down, I ran two days ago and I felt more back pain afterwards. So do you think is a disc, did I fucked up my back already or is it just nerves stressed out.
Asked On : Tue, 27 Mar 2012
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Dear Madam/Sir

Your pain appears to be physical in origin and if localized around joints or back bone than disc or joint related which substantiated by fact that it increased after exercise. In such situation it is better to take rest as it may worsen your problem. With regard to weight reduction if you find it is difficult for you to do required exercise than you modify your diet with less caloric diet. Consult orthopedic doctor to know precisely what going on and what needs to be done.

Hope will recover soon.
Answered: Wed, 28 Mar 2012
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