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Lumbar (Low Back) Disc Symptoms
Dr. Ron Daulton, Jr.
Below is a list of symptoms that will develop in the case of a spinal disc condition of the lumbar spine (low back):
- low back pain and weakness
- pain traveling down the leg (this pain can be a sharp pain, burning, stabbing, pins and needles, or numbness)
- leg weakness
- knee pain
- problems with the bowel or bladder
- and sexual organ problems (erectile dysfunction, pain during sexual intercourse or urination)
You can also learn about symptoms of the cervical and thoracic spine by clicking the links below.
As we continue our conversation about spinal disc conditions, the next thing we will talk about are the causes of these types of conditions. Knowing what causes the problem is really important because part of alleviating the pain is identifying what causes it, and then trying to avoid those things. You can continue reading about that by clicking here, or you can click the Next button below.
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