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I have acute pain in my lower right back, and just above my pelvis and diarrhoea, and have had for the past week.?

I have acute pain in my lower right back, and just above my pelvis and diarrhoea, and have had for the past week.?

Go see a doctor: This could be due to a wide variety of conditions, some of which can be quite severe. Do not delay on this, since correctable illnesses tend to become less so as time goes by. Good luck. ...Read more

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Two days ago I started experiencing acute pain in my right lower back. It is extremely painful. When I lay down when I MOVE! ?

Two days ago I started experiencing acute pain in my right lower back. It is extremely painful. When I lay down when I MOVE! ?

Take some meds: I suggest you try over the counter pain medications first, if no relief see your doctor. ...Read more

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What could cause acute pain in right lower back and acute pain on right side above iliac crest when pressure is applied?

What could cause acute pain in right lower back and acute pain on right side above iliac crest when pressure is applied?

Many causes exist: But the possibility that it may be an appendicitis, kidney stone, or ovarian problem among others would be reason enough to have it checked out if it lasts more than an hour or so. If there is an associated fever, it should be checked out right away. ...Read more

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He bend over all of sudden he felt acute pain in his lower back and he is unable to move now he is laying down but unable to switch sides due to pain?

He bend over all of sudden he felt acute pain in his lower back and he is unable to move now he is laying down but unable to switch sides due to pain?

Conservative rx: Initial team is conservative. Gentle range of motion exercises. Anti-inflammatory like Motrin or Naprosyn (naproxen). Soak in the bath with Epson salt and Warmwater 20 minutes/day x 3. Request muscle relaxer, mild, from Primary care doctor. If symptoms persist, then you need to be in person ...Read more

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Sharp acute pain in right mid to lower back?

Sharp acute pain in right mid to lower back?

See Doctor: Many things can cause acute back pain. Kidney stones are very common, but other conditions can also cause acute back pain. Herniated discs can also cause this. In persons older than 55 aortic aneurysms must also be considered as a cause of back pain. They can occur without abdominal pain, and are life threatening. Go to urgent care or emergency department immediately. ...Read more

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Having severe acute pain in my lower back. Happened for a few hours last night and got better. It's back. Not constipated, but I feel like I am. Help?

Having severe acute pain in my lower back. Happened for a few hours last night and got better. It's back. Not constipated, but I feel like I am. Help?

Muscle spasm: The most common cause of acute back pain is muscle spasm, but with a history of ms, and no improvement with ibuprofen, you should have it looked at soon. Sometimes tight muscles or pinched nerves can cause you to feel constipated. If you are unable to move your bowel/bladder or are incontinent, get help immediately. ...Read more

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I am 23 years old. I am facing a lower back pain at my right portion of my body. I can bend down easily with no acute pain in my backbone?

Could be: Sacro-iliac dysfunction, facet impingement, or localized muscle sprain/strain. Seek out a local osteopathic specialist, as help is nearby. ...Read more

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When touching my lower back with my right hand I feel an acute pain in my right anterior deltoid. Is this a sign of a possible shoulder injury?

When touching my lower back with my right hand I feel an acute pain in my right anterior deltoid. Is this a sign of a possible shoulder injury?

Possibly: Common shoulder injuries at your age include sprains/strains, labral tears, & other soft tissue trauma. The rotator cuff is less often injured. Inflammatory issues include bursitis & tendinitis. See your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more

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What does "no acute findings means" mean on xrays of lower back lumps?

It means: No abnormal findings that are new or that could have occurred in the near past. This is in contrast to "chronic" or "old appearing" findings, which may be seen incidentally on xrays or other diagnostic imaging studies. ...Read more

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Acute pain in my first molar on right lower side. It had RCT done 4 years ago, which was removed this Jan due to pain. It's open right now. What to do?

Acute pain in my first molar on right lower side. It had RCT done 4 years ago, which was removed this Jan due to pain. It's open right now. What to do?

Re-evaluation: You'll have to have the tooth re-evaluated by an endodontist to determine if it is still treatable. After so much time being open, decay may have compromised the integrity of the tooth. ...Read more

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I have a backache since last 4-5 weeks now. It is an acute pain on the right top part of my back. What could be causing it? Thanks! :)

I have a backache since last 4-5 weeks now. It is an acute pain on the right top part of my back. What could be causing it? Thanks! :)

Back pain: The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement. ..
The treatment depends on the cause of the pain.
If your pain persists, you should seek help from a health care provider. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. ...Read more

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What esle can I do for siatic lower left shin leg acute pain?

What esle can I do for siatic lower left shin leg acute pain?

One option: Acupuncture is an excellent option for treating pain due to sciata. However, it is very important to see your physician to determine the cause of the sciatica and to determine if that can be addressed directly. Good luck. ...Read more

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I've got lower left back pain, when I breath it seems to be a little more instense...its not overly painful just uncomfortable. Sudden onset?

I've got lower left back pain, when I breath it seems to be a little more instense...its not overly painful just uncomfortable. Sudden onset?

See your doctor: Without more clinical information from you, it is hard to tell what this is. It may be something more serious like a blood clot in the lungs or cardiovascular issue or infection or benign like musculoskeletal pains. If it is of sudden onset and intense, best to speak to your doctor immediately. Good luck! ...Read more

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Excruciating sharp pain in lower back & buttocks when I move even a little! Sudden onset when lifting the cat would it be nerve? What should I b doing

Excruciating sharp pain in lower back & buttocks when I move even a little! Sudden onset when lifting the cat would it be nerve? What should I b doing

Possible Sciatica: Sounds like you make have pinched a nerve near your spine while lifting the cat. Go see a neurologist for an evaluation. He/she may order an MRI to look for this, and recommend the next course of action. ...Read more

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How do you know if accute lower back pain is being caused by something other than your back?

A good history: And physical examination and sometimes blood work is usually the best way that the doctor determines the answer to your question. There are other things that cause pain in your back besides your back, but are much less common than musculoskeletal back problems. ...Read more

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Acute pain in left side radiating to back pain increases when I bend and feels like there is a lump or mass internally?

Acute pain in left side radiating to back pain increases when I bend and feels like there is a lump or mass internally?

May need Med-checkup: Your pain may be related to a pulled muscle in which case it will go away within 7-10 days. If the pain is persisting for more than 2 weeks and or it is getting worse, then you need to have a medical check up in order to find the cause of your pain. Go see your PCP first for a physical exam and any tests done if recommended by your PCP. If there is a lump present then a CT scan of chest/abdomen is ...Read more

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Have acute lower back pain that starts at the center then spreads to the side. Happened twice and lasts about 10mins each. What could it be?

Have acute lower back pain that starts at the center then spreads to the side. Happened twice and lasts about 10mins each. What could it be?

Back pain: This is consistent with a compressed disc and muscle spasm. Sacro-iliac inflammation will present these symptoms also. I recommend careful stretching and application of ice packs. ...Read more

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I felt an acute pain in my lower stomach on the left side while I was putting away some books. Do u think it's bcause I was carrying weight? Worried!

Is the pain: Better now or still present? Probably an acute minor sprain at the costochondral lower rib cage of the chest wall after lifting the books. If pain persist or changes seek medical attention. ...Read more

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Loss of sensation in a small part of my back+acute pain like someone is pinching me over 3 months. I had brain+cervical MRI and were clean. What is it?

Loss of sensation in a small part of my back+acute pain like someone is pinching me over 3 months. I had brain+cervical MRI and were clean. What is it?

Most Likely---: A pinched nerve, sounds like a mild entrapment of the dorsal scapular nerve which runs down the middle of the scapula (a wing shaped bone in your back). Another possibility could be gastric in nature. Best to check with your doctor. ...Read more

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Acute lower back muscle spasms on either side of spine. Causes and cure needed pl.

Acute lower back muscle spasms on either side of spine. Causes and cure needed pl.

SpaSm: Relative over or different use of back dehydration, cures: massage time, and patients 6 weeks of time on average to 80% better followed by recurrent shorter less, severe episodes is normal course. ...Read more

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Sudden onset chronic lower back pain, lasting for three days, inhibiting movement. Feeling as if lower back will break with sudden movements?

Advice: Possible disk rupture, but facet impingement, and sacroiliac dysfunction may be other considerations. Do contact your doctor, get examined and perhaps some physical therapy to get you back on track. Pain medications and muscle relaxants can help you stretch and exercise. ...Read more