Hi i am Dr Ahmed Aly
thanks for using HealthcareMagic site ,
I had gone through your question and understand your concerns ..
In my opinion you have a kind of sciatica
due to nerve compression , actually these two symptoms are not related but bowel movements may exaggerate the pain sensation .
For my patients i may recommend physiotherapy
, hot massages , spinal straightening exercises will be helpful , painkillers like advil tabs when needed , gentle massaging with anti-inflammatory gels , B12 vitamin supplements , muscle relaxants will be effective for most of cases , in more severe and chronic cases steroid
tabs or injections are prescribed .
If pain persists i recommend MRI scan on your spine to exclude any spinal disc herniation
and follow them up with your neurologist
for proper evaluation and management.
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