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Pain In The Back
Could fibromyalgia cause horrible pain in the upper back flesh and tissues accompanied with very hot sensation reaches back of my head, burning hot?
Any hormone given from externally (body not being able to make it enough for its own need, or as a form of medication to achieve certain goal) comes under this category. Estrogen in menopause; thyroxine for hypothyroidism, Insulin in dm are all in this category; so are ...Read more
Sudden pain in the lower back - caused by muscle pain or kidney pain. How to distinguish them and how urgent it is to treat the kidney pain?
Speedy: There is no surefire "quick" remedy for lower back pain, since there are many causes for the pain. The best advice is to keep moving...Walk every day and increase the distance each day. A back exercise program also helps. Anti-inflammatory meds can help (in moderation). If nothing is helping, please get evaluated by a spine specialist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What is more dangerous duclopinac 100mg ones daily or 15mg meloxicam daily for chronic back pain. ?
My wife sleeps all night with a heating pad to take care of her back pain. 1 month already with a heating pad at night. Is it really useful?
It may make her feel: Better but it will not solve the cause which may be self limiting with time. Otherwise, try lifestyle changes like exercise, not smoking & weight control. Otc meds if no contraindications may help. If not better & the pain is bothersome enough, see your physician. If mattress is old, a new one may also do the trick. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mid left blunt back pain. intensity increases slowly and hurts more at home after I come from work.diclofenac gel didn't help. since 20 days.wht to do?
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