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Lower back pain, had MRI, posterior central herniation with slight right sided propensity, narrowed neural foramina, reduced hydration with resultant thecal sac indentation

hi I am 27 year old.i have a Lower back pain .I got MRI .Its Conclusion : Dehydrated L5-S1 inter vertebral disc showing small to moderate size posterior central herniation with slight right sided propensity. Narrowed neural foramina with partially compressed exiting nerve roots (right left). mild right paracentric herniation of L2-3 disc showing reduced hydration with resultant thecal sac indentation and mild compromise of right neural canal. please suggest me what can i do?????
Asked On : Fri, 18 May 2012
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Please consult orthopaedic surgeon .
Some decompression operation is needed for releasing the compression of the nerve roots .
As soon as the operation is done better the result .
hope you be well soon .
Answered: Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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