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Old 01-19-2013, 08:44 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by fenrisulfr View Post
Having burst a disc and herniated two others, go see a Dr. Get an MRI. If not that serious about it then look into rehab exercises for your lower back. Physical therapy, an epidural, and some nerve pain pills for my sciatica is what fixed me up.
I certainly think it's Dr time for me. What I'm worried about is that he is basically going to just tell me not to deadlift. The pain is only associated with the deadlift and usually lasts a few days afterwards.
He is a good doctor though and maybe he will make the effort to find the cause. Thanks for the advice.
Curious, after your problems, can you still deadlift?
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In the spine or off to the left or right?
I would say it's located more in the center.
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