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Broad-Based Central Disc Herniation
I'm new to this board and looking for some feedback. I'm a 30 year old active male (working out, cycling, rock climbing, etc.) who has always had some level of back pain. Recently, I got an MRI of my lumbar area, and the results are:
At L5-S1, there is a broad-based posterior central disc herniation measuring 4-5mm.
In the past I've had bulging discs, but this seems to be the first real herniated one I've had. I'm looking for feedback on these results before my Nuero appointment next week. Does a central disc herniation make it more serious?