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Freeze the nerve in my back

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I have some sort of nerve pulled in my back, not the sciatic nerve as per the physio. Lower left side. I have been examined for kidney stones too.. As per the x-rays and sonographies there is no stone ...

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I quite my hydrocodone for back pain a week ago & have had problems with severe sleep depravation and body spasms. 3 hours of rest per night for past 6 days. I have been previously diagnosed with nerve ...

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I am going to my primary physician in two hours hoping to get a referral to a specialist who can check my back for pinched nerves or reason I fall asleep when sitting and lean against a chair ...

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Am finishing a prednisone taper (15 days) tomorrow (1 pill today and 1 tomorrow). Can I start taking 600 mg. Ibuprofen today ? Probable nerve pain from back being referred to right knee and shin ...

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and fusion of L5-S1 plus numerous procedures including freezing of nerves, multiple spinal injections etc ...Hi. I am 74 and have suffered chronic back pain since my early 20 s. For over 50 years have been ...

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Hi dr. My mother is facing back pain and after conducting MRI scanning dr. has said that there is a nerve compression in L4 and L5, hence they are suggesting a operation. what can be done as an alternate ...

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I had a back injury a year ago that has left me with nerve damage from lower back into groin, hips, and legs. I have not been able to do normal daily activitys for a year now due to severe nerve pain. My ...

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I was diagnosticated with l4 herniated disc. I have not seen my othopedic surgeon. I have a persistent pain in my lower back with pinched nerves. My legs are fine just a little weaknes. I am afraid ...

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I have nerve pain from my back. I had a colfax placed in my back but I still have pain. tthe Dr has ... and still have pain. I am going back to the Dr on Fri th23rd can you help me in anyway. Thank You ...

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I have a badly pinched nerve in my back. I am in severe pain. Im worried bc I don t know how long this will take to heal bf I can go back to work. Im icing it, but it doesnt help 4 long. Cant hardly walk. would ...

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and fore finger were numb that removing it would not give me back my feeling in my thumb and fore finger ... said that would go away. I WENT BACK TO THIS dR. ABOUT TO HAVE SURGERY ON MY LEFT meniscus ...

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think it may be a pinched nerve because I ve had them before in my neck/upper back and this feels ...I am a 14 year old dance, within the past week I ve been having lower back pains. Today after ...

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doctor1 MD

Back physiotherapy, correct back posture, and adequate rest will help you.

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it can be nerve compression in the back radiating pain. suggest back exercise, if continues needs to get examined. Good luck.

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Hello Pain in the back associated with pain radiating to the legs are mostly due to compression on the nerves at the back. Rest and physiotherapy is advices to strengthen the back muscles. If pain worsens then consult an Ortho doctor. You may need MRI of the back to find the cause. Stomach pain may be due to radiating pain from the back.