Get an ultrasound of the knee.done to rule out any ligament tear
Check for varicose veins
You can also add vitamin B 12 and D3 supplements
Check for SLR (straight leg raising )to rule out a Asia. problem
1 .35 km drive daily is the main stress causing the pain issues.
2.From the history you seem to be having myofascial pain .Best way to cure is to take muscle relaxants and REST
3.Please do a CBC also
4. It will be better to use the public transport or less stressful way of commuting till your problem subsides
Do a routine CBC check up
Take proper ergonomic advice
You pain seems to be due to Fibromyalgia and you must be having painful pointss also__ Trigger points
Proper posture, local injection of trigger spots will cure the condition
Sir use neck belt. Continue whenever you work. Take. Tab myoril 4 mg for 8 day at morning. And please send report if you have done upload it on this app on private conversation if you have any questions or queries please contact me on this app or you can do private conversation on this app thanks.
Hello, From the very precise history what you have given you have been diagnosed with intervertebral disc prolapse with cord compression. Now this is like a mechanical block obstructing the spinal cord (or nerve root), which cannot be removed or decreased with only medicines. The meds what you have taken help reduce the nerve irritation and the nerve swelling caused due to disc prolapse that's the reason why your symptoms have reduced. Every time there is stress on the back, your symptoms will reappear again because the prolapsed disc is still persists. Surgery is adviced depending on how much of a cord compression is there and your symptoms. If the compression is not severe, then life style modification is adviced. Reducing your weight also helps for your height of 182 cm your about 20 kg over weight. Back strengthening exercises will help. I would be in a better position to advise if I could see the MRI SCAN.
Mr. lybrate-user, Thanks for the query.
The drugs mentioned Norttryptomer & Myoril are given possibly to control the neuropathic symptoms. If the patient has been using them earlier and tolerating well, then those can be continued. Thanks.