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Pain management for bulging discs
My name is Lou and I've had chronic lower back pain for several years now. I have only recently been diagnosed with bulging discs from my L4 down. Also a diagnosis of scoliosis was made as well as bone spurs.
I'm just wondering what the general consensus of pain management is with y'all? The pain is crippling most days, I'm having trouble walking and my bladder movement has changed. I'm just wondering what I should go to my doctor and ask for?
I'm on a physio care plan for core strength exercises but the pain is worse than it's ever been.
How you can help.