i have herniated disc L4-L5 & L5-S1 since last 2 years. The pain disappears for 6 months and now suddenly came back..hitting bottom leg redness and toe pain..i exercise regularly now..and taking nurokind lc, NSAIDs medicines
then i get short relief but the pain comes back again after stopping medecine.
what is the solution? or is time come for surgry? or how long nerve damage affect me...inflation redness leg
taking medicines since last 2 years? is it safe now? also i cant walk much
Well, management in case of disc herniation would depend on the severity or the grade of the condition. In mild-moderate cases conservative management is preferred with rest, anti-inflammatory medications and physiotherapy to strengthen the back muscles; while in severe cases or moderate cases that fail to respond to conservative management, a surgery may be indicated. I would suggest consulting an orthopedician for a detailed evaluation and suggestion of an appropriate management plan.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the reply. Since last 2 years i m doing exercise with hifenac ip, defcort, orthocort, altraday, bone c plus, dolonex dt, nice, will go, nuroking lc medicines.
Still i have severe pain sometines say 1-2 times in a week.
can i live the life like normal man.. i m just 29 yrs. old now
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