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A 35-year-old member asked:

What could cause pain in my lower back, nausea, dizziness, a head ache, and muscle twitching?

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Dr. Mitchell Cohn
Pain Management 35 years experience
Infection: is the most likely cause.Muscle aches/spasms, low back ache, nausea, dizziness, headache, even twitching - not uncommon with some viral/bacterial infections.Toxin exposure may cause similar symptoms.If NSAIDS do not provide relief, or symptoms are severe or last longer than a few days, consult doctor.If concerned about toxin exposure or develop neck pain - do not wait: see dr.

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A 41-year-old member asked:

What to do if I have pain in my lower back (more than normal), nausea and dizziness, a head ache, and all of my muscles keep twitching. is this normal at all?

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Dr. Mimi Lee
Dr. Mimi Leeanswered
Neurology 7 years experience
See a neurologist: you are rather young and not knowing your history and inciting factors as well as medication you are your symptoms can be serious. if you begin to lose urinary/bowel control go straight to ER otherwise an early neurologist evaluation is definitely a good ideal.

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