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Lower back pain & excessive weight gain- Spinal issue

Xray of lumbosacral spine (AP/LAT view) suggests-
- Osteophytes are seen in lower lumbar vertebrae suggestive of early degenerative changes

- Lumbar lordosis is lost.

- Intervertebral disc spaces are normal.
- Both sacroiliac joints are normal.

- Blood sugar & TC DC of WBC reports are normal.

please suggest what to do..

tks
ashishmishra.***@****
620923_tn?1426651955

  Hi and welcome to the Spinal Cord C/D forum.

We can not post e-mails in the public forum here, but I am willing to chat here with u....I am not a medical professional so I really can not even suggest what u might do, except listen to what ur Dr suggests...if u r not comfortable with his /her suggestion, then get another opinion.

Let us know what u find out.
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