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LOwer back pain till legs while standing

My lower back keeps popping out of place I have to click it back in place several times a day, this is happening to all of my lower back. Every time I sit down or lie down it comes out of place I have to stand up most of the day an click it back in, I have had nerve pain from my back down to my leg this has now gone away, this clicking out of place has now occured an is very uncomfortable.
Asked On : Wed, 18 Apr 2012
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Orthopaedic Surgeon, Joint Replacement 's  Response
You are having a problem in your lumbar spine and it can be either a intervertebral disc prolapse or a spondylolisthesis with a problem called sciatica ie, radiation of pain to the back side of the legs. Do not lift any weights and please wear a Lumbo-sacral belt. Consult a Orthopaedic Surgeon and take a X-Ray Lumbosacral spine AP/Lateral view and most probably you will also need a MRI of the lumbo sacral spine.
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Answered: Sun, 6 May 2012
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