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I have thoroughly analysed your symptoms. One characteristic symptom you have is a radiating pain. This might suggest a nerve compression (pinched nerve) at the spinal level. The twisting injury could have damaged a vertebral disc resulting in a disc bulge or herniation. This bulge can cause a nerve compression.
Most cases this will heal without any long term sequelae. You might need to get a MRI of LS spine to rule out this. Some times if the injury is small MRI might not pick it up.
You can wait till your Doctor's appointment. Take bed rest whenever possible. DO NOT exert, exercise or carry weight. Lie down in a comfortable, neutral position. You can lie flat on your back or on side with a pillow between your knees. Take the pain medication . The anti inflammatory action of Naprosyn will help in reducing the inflammation.
It is better not to do any exercise or physical therapy as this stage.
Hope this helps
Do keep me posted. You can review with me after your Docotors appointment. I will keep the consult open.
Feel free to ask followups
Patient replied :
What could have caused the late onset of these symptoms? It got worse over time- not better. How is that possible?
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