Bulging Disc Symptoms Information

Bulging disc symptoms Bulging disc symptoms are primarily caused when a spinal disc comes into contact with a nearby spinal nerve. Because these nerves are in charge of transmitting sensory, motor and autonomic signals from the brain and spinal cord (the central nervous system) to the rest of the body (the peripheral nervous system), compression from a bulging disc can cause symptoms to be far reaching.

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How to treat bulging disc symptoms.

Bulging Disc Symptoms

A bulging disc happens when the wall of a spinal disc weakens and extends beyond normal parameters. Usually they do not extend far enough to cause any symptoms, which is why many people have a bulging disc without realizing it. Symptoms only occur when the bulging disc presses on a nearby nerve root or the spinal cord. In these cases, patients can experience debilitating pain.

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