Spinal tract stenosis, what’s the difference between lumbar intervertebral disc? (leg numbness)
Q: Ten years ago, I had a disk operation for spinal lumbar intervertebral disc dislocation. Since the beginning of the year, I have experienced numbness in my legs every time I sit on a chair, and I have slight numbness when I walk standing up. Sometimes I feel cramps or paralysis when I swim. There is also pain in the middle of the left calf when sitting down.
I often go hiking, swimming, and walking. I went to the hospital and took an X-ray and found that there was nothing wrong. We haven’t had an MRI yet, but there’s a possibility of spinal stenosis, right? What’s the difference between lumbar intervertebral disc? 비아그라 구입
A: The difference between the two diseases is as follows:
• Mainly has pain in one leg.
• The pain is severe when you bend your back.
• Pain appears when walking.
[Spinal tube stenosis]
• There is pain in both legs.
• The pain is severe when your back is tilted back.
• Pain occurs when walking for a long time.
If leg numbness and pain are not controlled by drugs, it is necessary to check whether intervertebral disc dislocation has recurred or spinal cord stenosis has occurred through MRI.