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Suffering from scoliosis. Spasms on the buttocks with sharp pinches. Worried

i have two things, one i have a bad back- Scoliosis . Its been alot better, but lately its been spasm and its effecting my right side of my but, were I am getting a sharp pinch as I walk. the second thing-past two weeks my right hand is always completely cold and my left is always warm what could this be from? Also sometimes I get a sharp pinch in the middle of my chest, im getting worried. I am 22, 150 lb and and 5 3
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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The spasms in the buttocks that you are having are the muscle spasms may be due to a mild disc prolapse causing compression of the nerve roots. Rest, pain killers, hot fomentation and muscle relaxants will help you.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal ,
Answered: Mon, 22 Jul 2013
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