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hours a day at least 4 days a week often 5. I am in almost in constant pain unless in my recliner ...I have had a Laminectomy and a foraminotomy but am still dealing with back pain and some siatica ...

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I discovered a hard, disc-shaped lump in my mid-back, about 3cm to the left of my spine at L2 ... sprays, etc.). My CBC came back normal although my CRP was 5.51 mg/l (although I did have a soar throat ...

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conservatively . Latest X ray showing - OSTEOPHYTIC LPPINGS WITH MINIMAL DISC SPACE REDUCTION, AT L4-L5 AND L5.S1 LEVELS DUE TO DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE , SCHMORL S NODES NOTED AT L2, L3 LEVELS.. What is the prognosis ...

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of L5 over S1. 3. Small posterior central disc bulge seen at L3-L4 and L4-L5 with mild impression on the thecal sac. No obvious nerve root compression . 4. Diffusely bulging disc seen at L5-S1 with mild ...

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I have issue of my back pain , there is Slip disc in L4-L5, it s been there from 1 year. I did lot of exercise practice like yoga , physiotherapy , gym. but it did not solve the problem. I got the pain block ...

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: ** Exagerrated lumbar larodosis. ** Right paracentral disc prolapse at L4-L5 indenting the thecal sac and displacing the ventral nerve root posteriorly. ** Diffuse disc bulge at L3-L4 indenting the thecal sac ...

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fix myself disc disease at l4 - l5 and l5 - S1 with facet hypertrophy and neural foraminal narrowing impinging upon the exiting L4and L5 nerve roots bilaterally ...

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i went for a MRI scan. My report says : degenerative changes in l3-l4 &l4-l5 discs with posterior disc herniations compressing the cauda equina nerve roots, more at L-4&L-5 level.posterior disc ...

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disc bulge at l4-l5 with right lateral protrusion compressing thecal sac, indenting existing nerve root ... diffuse posterior disc bulge at l5-S1 with posterocentral protrusion effacing epidural fat. Please suggest ...

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i am 23 a medical student plus doing workout free time i m suffering from back pain later but giving rest i bee fine but doing mri tere is an problem with L4 L5& S1 ..L4 L5 disc prolap one is 5cm ...

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.my mri findings are a)diffuse disc bulge and thickened ligamentum flavum at L5- S1 impinging on thecal sac b)left postero-lateral disc bulge at L3-4 mildly compromising left neural canal ...

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are preserved. There is slight anterior slip of L4 on L5At the L3/4 level there is no posterior disc protrusion. The neural foramina and lateral recesses are clear. Minor facet degenerative changes are present.At the L4/5 ...

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bulge from L2-3 toL4-5causing narrowing of bilateral neural foramina.Ligamentum flavum hypertrophy is seen at L3-4 and L4-5 levels. Facet joint arthropathy is seen in leftL3-4 facet joint. please advise ...

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Hello, I took a CT scan for chronic lower back pain and the report stated that at L4-5, there is a relatively large left paracentral osteophytic ridge/disc complex with significant impingement on the left ...

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. my report states that at the l5-s1 level the canal apd is 8.4mm and there is a disc desiccation and prolapse causing bilateral traversing nerve root impingement at l5-s1 level ...

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doctor1 MD

It will gradually revert back in 30-4 days.

doctor1 MD

Migraine and back issues are unrelated. Based on your back symptoms, you can choose to see a doctor. And for migraines, as they are happening every day it would be worthwhile to start preventive medications.