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Consultant Physician, Internal Medicine and Critical Care Expert - Answered on May 25, 2023

Dr Ashit Hegde specialises in internal medicine and intensive care. He has nearly 40 years of experience and is consultant physician, intensivist and head of the critical care section at the PD Hinduja Hospital and Medical Research Centre.
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He holds an MD degree in general medicine and therapeutics from the Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Medical College, Mumbai, and an MRCP from the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.... more
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Iam 44 yr and my disc is not even size and I met with doctor they suggested for xray ap/lat and report showing as marginal osteophytes in spine

Ans: I think you will need to undergo physiotherapy under supervision, May also need to take Vit D and Calcium supplements
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You need to consult a physiotherapist who knows the Mckenzie treatment for slipped disc. At times pain in outer thigh can be due to slipped disc.
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I am about 68 year's I have two sons who are married via arranged process. My younger son's wife is educated teacher. But she had a torturous up bring during high school days. Leading to least interest in married life after marriage. She deserted my son soon after marriage. This led to break down in marriage now heading for a divorce. Please advise.
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