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Lumbar disc herniation causes

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with 2 herniated discs at L5/S1, and had sciatica all down the leg. This, I believed was caused ... week in terms of muscle tightness, (tight hamstrings due to sitting down was the initial cause, in my ...

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CT report in connection with kidney stone included the following: "There are degenerative changes of the lumbar spine most pronounced at L3-4 with disc space narrowing, endplate sclerosis , osteophytes ...

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lumbar region. It first appeared when I was squatting heavy 3 days a week. It was a slow onset pain ... and issues are confinded to my lumbar region. I have been told by different doctors that it is a prolasped ...

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herniation cause mild central spinal canal stenosis. 3. L4-L5 diffuse posterior disc bulge and small right posterior focal disc herniation result in moderate stenosis of the right lateral recess and mild stenosis ...

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: No herniation or stenosis. L1-L2: There is no spinal canal or neural foraminal stenosis L2-L3: Disc bulge ...I have something wrong with my entire spine, cervical, thorax, lumbar and sacrum. I am 57, 5'4, 277 ...

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Sir i have suffering from Mild lumbarspondylosis with moderate broadbased posterocentral disc herniation at L5-S1 level causing moderate thecal sac indentation and moderate bilateral S1 traversing nrrve ...

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hi, I need to know if it is possible for lumbar disc herniations/stenosis/degenerative disc disease ..., but latley nothing seems to help and they keep occuring, so i was curious if disc herniations could ...

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MRI LUMBER SPINE : There is a relatively large central focal disc prolapse at L5-S1,indenting the anterior surface of the thecal sac, and probably reaching the left sided root.it also causes a sagnificant ...

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Hi there. I had surgery for a 2 cm disc herniation end Nov 2010. This caused problems down to S5. I lost feeling in left leg and would fall. Needed emergency surg. In was feeling better after surgery ...

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my mri of lumbar spine report says1).. mild otseophtes,,2). diffuse postero-central disc bulge at L3/4 levels,3).IV protrusion at L4/5 causing L5 nerve root compression,Was in hospital for 5 days n ...

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vertebra. 2. Posterior disc herniation at L5-S1 level, causing bilateral neural foraminal narrowing ... flavum hypertrophy at the lumbar spine . 6. Posterior disc bulges at C3-C4 to C5-C6 levels, causing ...

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ok today I found out the results of my mri of my lumbar region. my neuro diagnosed lumbar radiculopathy before the mri. but the mri is negative for disc herniation. the mri did show a fairly large ...

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I am shiv dayal from jagadhri(haryana) i am sending my MRI report Impression: MR imaging of lumbosacral spine reveals lumner spondylosis diffuse disc bulgs are seen at L4/5 and L5/ S1 levels causing ...

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I am a year old female with celiac disease and lumbar herniated discs. I had a complete ... due to internal bleeding and believe this caused bladder damage and scar tissue. Also went ...

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falling apart ... first he herniated a lumbar spine disc, no specific attributing injury, requiring ...Is there a medical condition that causes breakdown of both spinal disc s and connective tissue ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi It can be due to problems with spine like osteochondrosis or disc herniation. It can also be due to kidney stones or large intestinal problems. Thanks.

doctor1 MD

THanks for posting. The causes of back pain are multiple and varied. Some are:poor sitting posture , back muscle strain, excess weight, disc herniation, infection, fractured vertebrae, , menstrual cramps, uterine myomas etc. They are multiple and varied. Please seek consultation if it is worrisome to get an appropriate diagnosis and management plan. Hope this helps. Wish you well. Dr. Ditah, MD.

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this is typical lumbar spondylosis picture due to vertebral wedging causing nuclear bulging. This can be treated with arthrodesis of two vertebrae and possible laminectomy for pain relief. Regards