Treatment Of Back Pain And Cramps In The Legs And Cramps?
Good night doctor, I have been suffering from back pain for a long time but I have been therapy and needling is still a nuisance at work, then I have been on an MRI the result is an L4-L5 / L5-LS bulging disc. What should I do, should I get surgery Another pain, my legs are often tingling cramps and can not move like numbness, what is the danger for cramps like this, I have been taking Neurobion to deal with cramps if this drug can help .. thank you doctor. Maybe there are herbal concoctions that can help you get a prescription. Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition that you are experiencing, from the MRI results that you have been through, can occur due to a pinched nerve condition. In between the spine, there are pads or discs, which when experiencing bulging or bulging, can compress the nearby nerve structure. This will cause pain, limited movement, tingling and various other disorders.
Triggers of this condition can vary, because of the habit of bending, lifting heavy weights, aging, smoking, and overweight. Regarding your question, if it is true that the condition you are experiencing is a pinched nerve, the drug you mentioned will not help much because what needs to be done is to remove the pins, and this cannot be only by taking vitamins that are the main ingredients of the drug. But whether the specifics need to be operated on or sufficient with certain therapies, it needs to be checked first.
Therefore, we advise you to check with your spine doctor or neurologist by bringing the MRI results, and ask for follow-up. The handling you will receive later will depend on the results of the inspection. This is important because the problem may not be the bulging disc, but the kidneys, muscles or bones. If later you are not pleased with the operation, you can convey it to the doctor and later will be given other options if possible.
As for herbal ingredients, unfortunately so far in terms of health have not found herbs that can handle the condition of bulging discs. So for your home you just need to put a patch or warm compress, avoid bowing movements, consumption of pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs that are sold freely by reading the rules of use listed, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.