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I strongly feel that you should see a specialist neurosurgeon. You will definitely need an MRI of your Lumbar Spine. Most of the time this could be due to a lumbar disc prolapse which is compressing your nerves. This cannot be picked up with Ultrasound or CT scan.
Depending on how bad is the MRI you will be advised any one of the following or in combination.
a. Pain killers
b. Neuralgic medications
d. Spinal epidural injections or
Feel free to discuss further,
Dr Goutham Cugati
Patient replied :
Thank you for your reply
but what about painful lump in my back
when it is pressed I feel pain and my leg gets nome
It is difficult to opine on the lump without seeing or examining it. Providing a list of posssible diagnoses will only be anxiety provoking. So I suggested that you get an MRI done.
Once you get MRI done, we should be able to see and make out what exactly is the lump. All your questions should be answered by an MRI.
Let me know if I can assist you any further.