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Lower Back Pain

haisurahhaisura Posts: 1
edited 04/28/2014 - 1:22 AM in Lower Back Pain
I am 35 Yrs old male and facing Pain in Lower back since last 4-5 years.
Consulted doctors when pain in extreme stage, they prescribed medicines for pain and calcium supplement.
Last two months it is very difficulty to sit / walk on right side of my lower back. so visited in medical college and the doctors prescribed for MRI. With ref. this result (same pasted at below) again they suggested the medicines for reducing the pain and if it not get relaxed, recommended for advanced treatment. So requesting your suggestions based on the below result.


Loss of lumbar lordosis is noted
At L1-L2 level: Central and right paracentral disc bulge indenting the thecal sac and traversing nerve roots.
Disc dessication and annular tear is noted at this level.

At L2-L3 level; Postero-central disc bulge indentíng the thecal sac

At L3-L4 level: central and bilateral paracenral disc bulge, indenting the thecal sac.

At L4-L5 level: Broad based postero-central disc protrusion and bilateral paracentral disc bulges, indenting the thecal sac, traversing nerve roots and narrowing the bilateral neural foramina. Disc dessication and annular tear is noted at this level­

At L5-S1 level: Postero central disc bulge indenting the thecal sac and right S1 exiting nerve root

The lumbosacral vertebral bodies show normal marrow signal.
The facet joints and posterior elements are normal.
Rest of the intervertebral discs are normal in signal intensity.
The spinal cord is normal in course, caliber and signal intensity and ends at L1. conus medullaris is normal, No abnormal pre or paravertebral soft tissue is seen.

On whole spine screening: mild disc bulge are seen at multiple levels in the cervical spine indenting the thecal sac.

IMPRESSION: Degeneratíve disc changes in the lumbosacral spine as described above.
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