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Symptoms of lumbar spondylosis

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doctor1 MD

I am suffering from severe low and mid back pain . My scanning report says, early stage of lumbar spondylosis . Doctor has advised me excercise regularly. When I exercise, I feel ok. But it just give me ...

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yes, I fell off the frame machine at work in 2007, boss refused to send me to the doctor, said I was faking it, now looking at my present xrays, I have atleast 4 ribs on the left side separated from the vertebrae and atleast 2 separated on the rt...

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21 years ago I was hit by a bull on our ranch. He flipped me in the air and I landed flat on my back. I had a massive ecchymosis on my left thigh which resolved over a few weeks. Subsequently I had muscle spasms and about 2 years ago I received...

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what is the best way to cure lumber spondolysis and lordosis? what are the restrictions to be followed?

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I have 2 degenerated discs tollerable during normal daytime activities but at a high pain level when I wake up and get up gets better as I move around

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Hello Doctors i want to know can mild lumbar spondylosis treatment is there ? i mean permanent treatment or only physiotherapy and excises is the treatment please please reply asap ...

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lifestyle as my work also doesn t demand a lot of physical activities. I am already suffering from Lumbar spondylosis, I am on physiotherapy for the same & the physiotherapist has told me to join a gym & hire ...

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I have lumbar spondylosis in my l4 from a hockey injury a year ago and i have to wear a brace and do minimal exercise if any at all and if anything the pain is getting worse and i am afraid i ...

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I am suffering from lumbar spondylosis. I get severe pain sometimes. I have sciatica as well. I am experiencing chronic pain for more than a year. Is there any medicine for this? I am 27 years old I smoke often ...

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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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and could be a gall calculus. Advised: USG on empty stomach Opinion: Lumbar spondylosis ... sacral spine(Ap/lat views) *marginal osteophytes are seen in the bodies of lumbar vertebrae with reduced ...

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fast. I may not have mentioned the disks no properly. But report has impression lumbar spondylosis ....she then had a pain after cleaning home.Dr suggested for MRI scan .then there we observed in report.lumbar ...

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at different times for between 2-3 months and all pains and symptoms disappeared after treatment. The last MRI that I did concluded that I had lumbar spondilosis. I am 42 years old and feel concerned about ...

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I have lumbar spondylosis with moderate spinal stenosis at L-3-L-4 & severe spinal stenosis @ L4-L5 ... at least 1-2 times after voiding. Do these symptoms require a urologist for further evaluation ...

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and found that i have cervical lumbar spondylosis .he has suggested me one week phisiotherpy and suggested ... there is a gap in lumbar and you should no sit on floor and sleep on floor ,should not bend ,do not lift weights ...

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doctor1 MD

At this age , consider diagnosis of ankylosing spondylosis. Regular physiotherapy will help you

doctor1 MD

Dear sir Hello & my best wishes for a speedy recovery Low backpain without any pain radiation to legs is a very common symptom especially in young males . BUT if pain is associated with radiological changes & scoliosis , it needs treatment after further investigations like MRI LUMBOSACRAL SPINE etc. In the meantime you can continue taking some ANALGESIC with MUSCLE RELAXANTS Dr praveen