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What are the symptoms of a herniated disc?

If the herniated disc is not pressing on a nerve, there may be no symptoms or there may be an ache in the lower back.

If the herniated disc is pressing on a nerve, there may be pain, numbness, or weakness including:

  • Tingling or numbness in one leg
  • Weakness in leg muscles
  • Pain in front of thigh
  • Loss of bladder and/or bowel control

*IN ALL INSTANCES, SEEK IMMEDIATE PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL CARE.

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