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Back pain and cervical spondylsis
Problem started 3 yrs back when i tested vitamin D deimficient...since 3 yrs i m suffering from cervical spondylsis as well as lower back pain and now my leg also start paining sometimes its extreme...i get bit releived when i sleep on hard surface..pls suggest me
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Needs clinical examination . Leg pain n back pain could be sciatica. Neck / upper back pain could be postural.
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U were vit Deficient 3 years back. What about now? Ur too young to be suffering for these problems. What is ur current job and routine?
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Daily walk and maintain spine hygiene. No bending or weightlifting.
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If still have issues Consult. Thanks
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I presume your profession to be desk work & laptop use. It is your prolonged sitting in awkward postures that is responsible for the progressive increase in intensity and frequency of pain. Spondylosis is not a disease but just a reflection of wear and tear. Focus on sitting properly, working in a neutral ergonomic environment and do the appropriate exercises.
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U need to be examined , take tab pregaba 75mg for relief , and do neck and back strengthening exercises
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NEEDS EVALUATION AND CONSULT A NEUROSURGEON
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