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Release Date: Intravenous drug use The presence of certain signs, termed red flags, indicate the need for further testing to look for more serious underlying problems, which may require immediate or specific treatment. It is only suggestive,   and most people with red flags have no serious underlying problem.
When warranted, imaging such as MRI can provide clear detail about disc related causes of back pain L4—L5 disc herniation shown Imaging is indicated when there are red flags, ongoing neurological symptoms that do not resolve, or ongoing or worsening pain. The condition is normally not serious, resolves without much being done, and recovery is helped by attempting to return to normal activities as soon as possible within the limits of pain.
With the first episode of low back pain the hope is a complete cure; however, if the problem becomes chronic, the goals may change to pain management and the recovery of as much function as possible.
As pain medications are only somewhat effective, expectations regarding their benefit may differ from reality, and this can lead to decreased satisfaction. Thus, NSAIDs are a second choice to acetaminophen, recommended only when the pain is not handled by the latter.
If prescribed, a person and their clinician should have a realistic plan to discontinue its use in the event that the risks outweigh the benefit. They may also be useful for a select group of people with neuropathic pain. At one year, pain and disability levels are low to minimal in most people.