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Lower back pain, tingling sensation in leg, foot. Done MRI. What could be the reason, treatment?

Hi doctor, I have pain in my lower back started before 5 years when i was driving for 4 hours daily. for last 2 years i was sitting and working on my lab top for 5 to 6 hours daily but driving very less as my profession is architect, and since that my back pain became little worse. before 40 days when I started one exercise I felt pain different than usual. After visiting the doctor and taking MRI , the report stated that 1- narrowing of L4-L5 disc space 2- local indentation at l4-l5, L 6/51 and T2 3- bilateral incomplete (obleiation? ) and nerve roots at l4-l5 ( the word is not readable) 4- intact at nerve roots 5- intact spinal canal now i feel some back pain and tingling in my leg and foot could you please advise me on what is my disease and what is the treatment? age 44 years , w; 90 kg , h; 176 cm ,sex; male , no previous back problems other than this many thanks
Asked On : Wed, 2 May 2012
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Dear pt hello really want help you

First of all you need to do
Avoid wt lifting
Reduce wt to 80 kg
Bed rest

Tab nise 100 mg for muscle relaxant
Tab inflammatix 100 mg three time daily
Tab mecomin once saily for nerve repair

Physio legs and back
All for 2weeks

If any query u may ask
Thanks and accept my answer


Dr muhammad akbar

Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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