i have been suffering from back pain .doctor made me to take mri,hen hey found out that i have back bone tb.in mri report it is writen as
disc bulges noted at l5-s1 causing neural compression and mild neural compromise.
flavel hypertrophy noted at l3-l4,l4-l5&l5-s1 with indenations over thecal sac posterolaterally with neural compromise.
dated on 11\9\2009
then i started using monto2 for cure
i m sill using it
now my pain is still there.
how would i know that the tb is reduced or not?
i m obesity patient with nearly 97kgs aged 24yrs.
im not able to stand for long time
even cant sit for long time
can u describe what r the causes do we have with it
how reduce it
i want to play outdoorgames with my friends
please help me out
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