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Herniated disc relief without surgery

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doctor1 MD

better than anything else. So the question, is it possible that the herniated disc I have ... pressure off of my cord without surgery? What are the chances of me living another 20 years without pain ...

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of the treatments available and aside from surgery, I have no more options. I just want some relief. I have no clue .... Please give me a hint. XXXX I have tried a lot of medications. IV toradol provided the most relief of all ...

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My wife just had back surgery to remove a disk that was impact ing spine . The disk was calcified and the surgeon could not remove do to surrounding scar tissue. He removed bone instead. I was wondering ...

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the wrong way and ended up with a very large central L4/L5 sequestrated herniated disc . I've had back pain ... in the end required surgery and Im still having ongoing leg, nerve and back pain. Herniating the disc also ...

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with cough at times . I do not smoke. I have a herniated disc lower neck ,found last 6months, so I been ... post nasal drip cough day night no relief. Can't get to dr til tues . I noticed now ear pain to touch ...

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Good day..my boyfriend was diagnosed with the problem in his c6 and c7 herniated disc in his mri result..,His now on his 5 months of therapy but his problem still not experiencing relief..HE DOESNT WANT ...

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/ a herniated L5/S1 4mm in 2013. I have undergone cortisone shots with minimal relief. Can you please tell me if the two can be related, and if I undergo surgery for the herniated disc, can it affect my Chiari ...

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diagnosed a herniated disc which he said should sort itself out in 6-8 weeks. However it didn t and I ... helped enormously but eventually I had surgery in September 2011 and unfortunately a revision 6 weeks ...

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types of medication for this as well with the only success being Percocet to help with relief and management of the pain. I am not in a position to have surgery and take the time off work after it ...

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of the 2 mg dilaudid 2x a day and Morphine Sulfate ER 30MG 2x a day. I opted to NOT have surgery ... about. Would This provide optimal relief, as I want my life back desperately! Please explain ...

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herniated discs. My surgeon currently has me on Lortab 10-500 (2 a day) and I m not getting much relief from ... t leave the house, or couch for that matter.. the only answer, in his opinion, is surgery in which I can ...

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and subchrondral cyst formation. What are my chances of recovery without surgery? ...

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2 years ago I had surgery for a herniated disc on L4-L5 the pain in my back is gone but severe pain ... of the posterior aspect of the thecal sac at this level without significant central spinal canal stenosis ...

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, herniated disc in the L5 and L4. Please advise of what I can do to relieve my pain without surgery. Thank ...

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or twice a day and work and live normally without having a surgery, and I can t afford the injections ...Hopefully this is a real doctor? I m 31 and have had two lower lumbar surgeries on my L-3, L-4 ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi, You may see neurosurgeon preferably or orthopedician who has specialised in spine surgery/disease. Regards Dr.Deepika Patil

doctor1 MD

No I think You will need a surgery if the disc is causing you recurrent problems. It is very difficult to say without an MRI report howvere if the symptoms are recurrent and troublesome, you will need a surgery Vote thanks if the answer is helpful

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I am sorry, can't help you as your query is incomplete.