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Tingling ,heaviness and pain in feet
My mother, P. Nagamani has been diagnosed with L4-L5 spondylolisthesis along with diffuse disc bulge .She is having severe foot pain, tingling and heaviness. Could anyone prescribe a good medicine or exercise for her? Or please guide me what to do?
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First conservative trial with bed rest , lifestyle modification , physiotherapy and medications for 6 weeks .
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To decrease tingling and numbness - Tab nerve max NT 0-0-1 for 1t days. To reduce pain- Tab Nucoxia MR physiotheraphy for back strength lower back strengthening.
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If pain and tingling worsens T
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The MRI suggesting mild to moderate disc problem which may be the cause of tingling and numbness in the feet/leg Is she diabetic/hypertensive Using any other medications ?
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Kindly get a consultation
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Spinal flexion exercise Tablet nucoxia mr Vitamin d 60k every week Powergesic gel Nervigen p capsule
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Need Clinical Examination, You can visit nearest Hospital/Spine Surgeon
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