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Protruding disk at l4 l5

Premium Questions

doctor1 MD

Hello doctor, I have a query regarding my recent MRI scan report. This is the observation. L4-L5 diffused disk bulge impinging on bilateral traversing L5 roots. Can this be explained in detailed please ...

doctor1 MD

I have a large herniation at l5-s1 impinging on 3 nerve roots, a small herniation at l4-l5 pressing on one nerve and some disk asymmetry at l4-3. The last two nights I've had a low fever 99.5. Could ...

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I am 38 and my problem is L4/L5 S1 prolapsed disk,Symtoms are mild pain in left leg,and in half body ,sexual power week one testis become small ,problem facing from last 10 years pls suggest remedy ...

doctor1 MD

have a history of L4/L5 disk issues but no recent flareups. No heart problems. Thanks- ... hepatitis , and I am a moderately heavy drinker (5 drinks/day), but the low and normal ALT, bilirubin etc ...

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Left posterolateral disk herniation and associated radial tear at L4-5, Midline posterior disk herniation and associated radial tear L5-S1, neural encroachment at L4-5, there is effacement of the ventral ...

Public Forum Discussions

doctor1 MD

I was just told I have a large budging disk in between my L4 and L5 but what concerns me the most is that they said i also have a large cyst on the bulging disk that is pushing against the nerves which is causing ...

doctor1 MD

at approximately T12. At L5/S1, no disk bulge, canal stenosis, or neuroforaminal narrowing. At L4/L5, minimal .... Vertebral body heights are well maintained. There is mild stable disk height loss without desiccation at L5 ...

doctor1 MD

Hi there I have had an MRI wich shows that I have and annular tear in the L4/5 disk posteriorly ... diffuse disk bulging. Also I have a smaller central disk herniation at L5-S1 causing left lateral recess ...

doctor1 MD

My MRI says marrow edema involving iliac as well as sacral aspects of the left SI joint and diffuse annular bulging of L4-L5 disk causing effacement of epidural fat. Blood report is HLA B27 Negative. I had ...

doctor1 MD

test (normal), MRI showed minor disk bulge L4-L5 with arthritis in facet joints..nothing herniating ...- the disk space on xray was half that of L4- I know MRI is more telling but looking at the xrays with her ...

doctor1 MD

This is my MRI Result. Diffuse posterior disc bulge at L4-5 with minimal right neural foraminal encroachment and compromise to the right exiting nerve Diffuse posterior disk herniation at L5-D1 ...

doctor1 MD

and the damage it did was the L4 L5 S1 & disk bulge. Had surgery in 2007. the meds do not very well anymore ... thrown on floor and injured L2 L3 disk bulge with pinched nerve on L3. The combination i have now ...

doctor1 MD

joints. I can give you my debit card to draw out on July 1,2014. Please help me I have herniated disk in lower back. L4-5 S1. Two in my neck, I had cancer 2005, had a Partial Radical vulvectomy on the left ...

doctor1 MD

for almost 6 months, had ct scan and xrays in june 2010 showed mild broad based disc bulge at l4-l5, l5-s1 ... shows annular tear at l4-l5 with a broad based right central and paracentral disc protrusion impinging ...

doctor1 MD

I have two herniated disks. L4&l5,l5&S1. A central annular tear. Doctor diagnosis of: Lumbosacral neuritis Lumbar disk displacement Lumbosacral spondylosis In the last 18 months I ve undergone: 24 pt ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Initially, try physiotherapy. A surgery can be planned on a later date depending on the need.

doctor1 MD

Hi, Yes. Herniated discs can shrink down in size over time and pain will reduce. There are a number of treatment options before surgery will be considered. Gentle exercise such as swimming or cycling. Physiotherapy with manipulation, massage and exercises to build up core muscles can help. Pain killers as needed. If these measures fail, surgery may be needed. Regards, Dr K A Pottinger MBChB FRCA

doctor1 MD

Hi and thanks for using HCM. If you play, you can worsen disc bulges. Hope this helps.