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Does L5s1 Disc Herniation Cause Testical Pain
I have l5s1 disc herniation pain left buttock leg calf and foot , difficulty walking and very painful sitting pain is now radiating to left testicle ?
Spine Center: Ron..would strongly suggest that you be evaluated and treated CONSERVATIVELY by a Spine Center if there is one within any reasonable distance form where you live. This would generally be based at a local hospital but cold be a group of doctor in office setting...At the very least see a Physiatrist (NOT Psychiatrist important spelling difference!! Good luck Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a disc herniation L5S1 cause cramping sensation in the calf muscle? Calf Does not hurt when touched
How to tell doctor about painful leg heaviness after a car accident results in Left Disc Herniation at L5/S1? Should I go to my PCP? Cause? 20 F 216lb
Had disc herniation in 2015 L5S1, recently i get pain in my back , especially at right bottom, but sometimes it is relived with exercise and repeats.
Back pain: You should consult with your physician The pain could be related to a recurrent L5-S1 disc problem. If so, McKenzie exercises will help the most ...Read more
Is swimming good exercise to avoid disc herniation. I had herniation 9 months back at l5 s1 want to get relieved permanent. What to do.
Not really. When U-: -swim U arch Ur back. As far as healing, that's a function controlled by Ur body. A disk that ruptures the annulus, all U can do is B careful, & activity modification. Once it has crossed that barrier, it's only a mater of time B4 it protrudes enough 2 cause leg pain & needs surgery. 4 back pain only the Rx is symptomatic. NSAIDS if able 2 decrease the inflammation & PT helps soothe it. ...Read more
Can I do spinning with a l5-s1 disc herniation? What type of weight training can I do without injuring my back?
Depends. : If it doesn't hurt, then spin away. ...Read more
Yes: A herniated disc is a contraindication to manipulation....You could make it worse. ...Read more
Does a annular tear, and disc herniation, at L5-S1 ever go away, and what is the best treatment for it?
Back pain treatment: Subacute and chronic lower back pain are very common in primary care. For patients with acute pain, rapid improvement in pain is the norm after a month. Remain active, and limit bedrest. Try yoga. Use short courses of nonopioid analgesic medications (acetaminophen or NSAIDs like ibuprofen or naproxen) for acute exacerbations of subacute or chronic low back pain ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer