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Back pain.
I have back pain, I made treatment like 3 yrs ago (6 months treatment)and it was cured through medication.But it started again now sometimes a normal pain in middle of spinal cord and sometimes severe pain ,it all started nearly 5 yrs ago that I injured while playing. My question is that should I start the same medication before I used to take or anything else?
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Back pain has a broad spectrum..and has almost hundreds of causes.. It requires proper history taking... Clinical examination.. Then investigations if required... It would not be fair... If I do spot diagnosis.
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kindly consult physically
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IF you have pain radiating to both the legs or your walking and stading distance decreases than before then go for MRI LUMBER SPINE WITH WHOLE SPINW SCREENING if you have only back pain then
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one muscle relaxant one pain killer with antacids physiotherapy IFT/SWD to back for 15 days
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No don't start any medicine Consult doctor and discuss your issue
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For X-ray/MRI LUMBAR SPINE WHOLE Spine Screening
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Start any kind of Muscle Relaxant Avoid Heavy Lifting and Forward Bending
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Consult with me once you ready with report
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Get mri spine and consult orthopaedician
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