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Icing Back Fixes Leg Pain
Pinched nerve: Your symptoms suggest you might have problems with your low back with nerve compression. Your age, medical history, surgeries, possible trauma are important in deciding the most probable cause and the needed testing including X-ray/MRI/nerve ending testing. If you had recent trauma or you experience lack of sensation or weakness on in the leg, you should go immediately to ER to have an MRI ...Read more
Many: Depends on cause - assuming due to spondylosis and/or oa. Tylenol (acetaminophen) or nsaids which can be over the counter. Sometime opiods are needs for pain control. Other medications such as Cymbalta and some muscle relaxants may help musculoskeletal pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Need more info: When and where specifically does it hurt? How long has it been hurting? Can you describe the pain? Did you have any injury to the area of concern? ...Read more
What can I do to lessen my back and leg pain I've been having for the past month so I can go back to work?
Best thing is 2 C-: -a fellowship trained spine surgeon 4 an evaluation. Could very well be due to your spine. ...Read more
What is the cause of chronic back of leg pain if it is more painful to be sedentary and stretching does not help? I exercise on a regular basis.
Could be a number of: causes that can give you these, which can be best diagnosed with a complete examination, full Hx, and investigations. I suggest you carry on being active with the exercises but also see a Spine Doc for an evaluation. Good Luck. ...Read more
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