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L5 S2 Disc Bulge Pregnancy
What is the treatment for having 2 thecal cyst at s2 (racepinephrine) n a disc bulge at l4/l5 with annular fissure centrally. No nerve root compression or narrowing?
Not clear: Benign cysts around nerve roots, called tarlov cysts generally do not need treatment. Disc bulges and annular tears are not unusual in people in the 5th and 6th decades of life without symptoms. None of these dictate treatment. Symptoms should be evaluated by an appropriate health care professional. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Can minor L5 s 1 disc bulge cause a Bartholin's cyst back pain increasing over 10 weeks. Had a fall now worried?
Completely unrelated: The bartholin cyst is not related to the disc bulge at all. A minor disc bulge is very common and likely not the cause of the pain as well. A fall in someone 35 years old would more commonly cause inflammation in the facet joints. Seek out a physiatry physician or other spine specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Interpret-please.mild broad-based disc bulge L5-S1 may contact S1 nerve root emerging from dural sac. 2 nerve roots don't appear compressed.
Back pain: It means the person who got this done was complaining of back pain probably with some radiation down one of the legs or perhaps even both. Symptoms of numbness, tingling, or burning pain may also be part of this picture. The MRI report is suggesting there is a bulging disc, which is not a hernia, which may be causing irritation of nerve fibers while not physically squeezing them. ...Read more
I told doc prior to LP that i had disc bulge at l5 and worried of irritating it. So he performed LP at L2/3, is this too high for it?
Mri shows disc bulge at l4/l5. Will disc return to normal position with time n stretches? What caused it? Does it mean more danger of it herniating?
Broad based disc bulge between L5-S1 and L4-L5 has a a broad based central disc protrusion whay am I in pain?
2 bulging discs: in lumbar spine. these discs may push against nerves thereby causing pain. Non-steroidal pain relievers may help. Physical therapy may help. In general, most patients improve within 6 weeks to 3 months. Surgery is often a last resort and may not provide long term relief. Be patient and follow your doctor's instructions. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Generalized disc bulge with right posterior paracentral type of disc protrusion of L4/L5 I.V disc, canal area 112.11sq.mm?
Disc protrusion: From your question, it sounds like you have a focal right paracentral (meaning to the right of midline) disc protrusion (disc poking out) superimposed on a general disc bulge of the disc located between the L4 and L5 lumbar vertebral bodies, that pokes out into the central spinal canal by 1.2 x 1.1 cm. I'm not sure what your question is. ...Read more
F,43,severe central disc bulge at L5/S1 cause severe thecal sac compression wt possible impingement at L5 nerve roots bilaterally.what does it mean?
Lumbar disk disease: These findings are typical for someone who has back pain related to lumbar disk disease or sciatica. The good news is that most of the time this kind of problem resolves with time. Get a referral to a good physical therapist and this can help, ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At L4-L5 annular tear and diffuse disc bulge causing narrowing of left lateral recess and neural foramen and abutting ipsilateral exiting nerve root.?
Sir, i (39years)am diagnosed with lumber spine disc bulge in l5.S1in mri.Pain reduced, whether bulged disc will come back on its position. Pl answer.?
Lifestyle adjustment: Assuming typical back pain treatment includes: back support, exercise regimen, good sleep, weight control, not smoking, heat/ice applications as well as avoiding prolonged sedentary positions with activity modification. One can use over the counter meds if no medical reasons that prevent use. Bulging discs do not cause pain, they are normal findings on mri. ...Read more
I have paravertaberal myospasm and mild median disc bulge at L5-S1 IV by Mri result and unable to control pain by using so much medicine difficult sit?
L5-S1 Mild to moderate disc height loss. Disc bulge is worst centrally but otherwise relatively symmetrical. The meaning of this statement?
Answer: At the L5-S1 level, you appear to have a degenerating disc which is bulging, which means minor, and no description of herniation or nerve compression. This may merely be a manifestation of "wear and tear" and unlikely to explain back pain, if that is your complaint. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Slight disc bulge at l4/l5. Treatment needed? Will traction make disc go back in? Or just back exercises will do?
Integrative care: A herniated disc can cause back pain as well as foot pain by physically pressing on the nerves that travel to the foot and by irritating them through the extrusion of pro-inflammatory disc materials. Physical therapy and other conservative measures, including medication management, are considered first line treatment. If these fail, your physician may recommend epidural steroid injections. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Non significant disc bulges & minor postero central annular fissures at l3-l4 and l4-l5. Small circumferential disc bulge at l5-s1. Please advise. ?
49 year old spine: Sounds like you have the spine of a 49 year old. It is very common to have minor abnormalities of the discs as you get older. These only become significant when there is a neurologic deficit or pain which directly correlates with the findings on mri. With the findings on this MRI no neurologic findings are expected. Pain is possible but it will be difficult to blame your discs. ...Read more
I'm19.I have a L4-L5 disc bulge.I'm on 23hrs bed rest.No physio or meds.There was no pain for 2 weeks but now I do.Could the disc have prolapsed?Help!
I have a disc bulge in l4/l5 which goes to the left but the majority of my symptoms are to the right. the dr says this is abnormal. is this right?
Disc bulge & symptom: Yes, this is unusual. If the bulge is on one side, most of the time, it would cause symptoms on that side, if it affects a nerve root. What are the symptoms? A disc bulge is not necessarily the cause of symptoms, unless it impinges on a nerve root. Sometimes it is not the disc but the nucleus pulposis or disc jelly material that causes the problem. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a minor disc bulge (l5-s1) caused by ddd that hasn't resonded to physical therapy, what should I do?
Try Osteopathy: Often a skilled osteopathic physician (do) who practices omm/ nmm (neuromuscular medicine) have help with alignment that cannot be addressed in pt. S/he may recommend a different physical therapist. Find a hands-on do at the amer academy of osteopathy (find a specialist in nmm/ omm), the osteopathic cranial academy (look for someone who does high % of cranial) or biodynamic osteopathy (biodo.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wear and tear can cause degeneration in the vertebral column, and cause discs to deteriorate. The supportive basket, nucleus fibrosis develops small tears. A bulge is minimal perhaps a few millimeters, and is clinically insignificant, but additional disc displacement such as protrusion or herniation may compress ...Read more
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