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Health Insurance for Disc Prolapse

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As per a recent study, the MRI scans show that between 20% & 35% of working adults have an asymptomatic disc herniation. Most disc prolapse occurs between 30 and 50 years of age.
 
Disc prolapse is a medical term, also known as herniated disc or slipped disc. When there is a tear in the outer ring of an intervertebral disc, the soft central portion bulges out. The bulged part creates pressure on nearby nerves coming from the spinal cord. Most of the times, disc prolapse occurs in the lower back. Weakness in the disc is the main cause of prolapse. There are various factors that lead to prolapsed disc, such as weight lifting, obesity, aging, smoking and sitting for long hours.
 
Some of the symptoms of prolapsed disc are:
  • Back pain which is eased by lying down flat.
  • Nerve root pain due to pressure on that particular nerve.
  • Feeling of pins or needles in part of leg or foot.
  • In the severe case, bowel and bladder problem arises.
  • Weakness in one or both legs.
 
Prolapsed disc can be treated with regular exercise and continuing routine activities. Medication is recommended for severe pain such as painkiller or muscle relaxant. Surgery is another option if symptoms are not eased in 6 weeks, but this is in the rare cases. If you are suffering from any of the signs and symptoms associated with disc prolapse, you must seek immediate medical attention. It is also recommended that you peruse through Royal Sundaram’s health insurance plans that are equipped with features like ambulance cover, easy renewal, and pre/post hospitalization charges, inpatient care, etc. To cover medical expenses for a condition like prolapsed disc is very simple with Royal Sundaram health insurance for proposed disc.
 
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