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her·ni·ate

 (hûr′nē-āt′)
intr.v. her·ni·at·ed, her·ni·at·ing, her·ni·ates
To protrude through an abnormal bodily opening.

her′ni·a′tion n.

herniate

(ˈhɜːnɪˌeɪt)
vb (intr)
(Pathology) pathol to protrude as a hernia

her•ni•ate

(ˈhɜr niˌeɪt)

v.i. -at•ed, -at•ing.
to protrude abnormally so as to constitute a hernia.
[1875–80]
her`ni•a′tion, n.
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A herniated disc can sometimes mend itself within six weeks.
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But if pain radiates down the leg or your legs feel tingly, numb or weak, the problem could be a bulging or herniated disk compressing a nerve in the spine, and prompt medical attention is recommended.
Washington, June 29 (ANI): A herniated disk is one of the most frequent causes of low back and leg pain in adults, but not everyone needs to go for surgery, according to a literature review.