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Back Pain And Hip Pain
Hour: In general the manufacturers recommend an hour or less at a time. Most likely there is no danger with longer but i would follow those recommendations. ...Read more
See below: There is no exact answer. I usually tell patients to use it for 30 minutes at a time 3-4 times per day. ...Read more
Chronic lumbar pain: The presence of lumbar back pain and referred hip pain is very common. An appropriate diagnosis is necessary to determine the cause of those symptoms. There are studies linking the presence of pain and fibromyalgia to early chronic dna viral infections. Some types of dna virus (ebv, cmv, hsv, hzv, parvovirus, hhv6) replicate inside the ganglia along the spinal cord causing motor and sensory deficits. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've been really having frequent back pain and hip pain i'm currently 8 weeks pregnant i've been spotting but it comes more when hips hurt what to do?
Conservative care: Unfortunately, as you can imagine, treatment options are limited for a pregnant patient. Your best bet is relative rest (continue to remain active as your pain allows), and if you require anything stronger than tylenol, you will have to talk to your ob. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had hip pain on the top of the hip and lower back pain. The hip pain has been a pproximately for 8 weeks and the lower back pain just 1 week. ?
They may or may not: Be related. Hip issues can refer to back & vice versa or there could be 2 issues separately going on. If it is progressing with no relief from activity modification & use of otc meds if able to utilize then get evaluated by your physician if the symptoms limit your activities or affect your sleep habits. Otherwise, exercise, weight control and not smoking may allow for resolution over time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower back pain, r hip pain, numbness and pain in sacral area, numbness and tingling in genital area, neurologist doesn't have answer, says mri is fin?
Keep looking: Definitely not a normal complaint and diagnosis must be made. If your MRI of your lumbar spine is normal, it may be coming from your brain, your cervical, or your thoracic spine. It can be from a structural abnormality, which can be seen on an MRI, but it can also be caused by nonstructiral, neurological conditions as well. Your neurologist needs to take the ball and run with it or second opin ...Read more
I have left abdominal pain, left back pain on hip, pain goes in to my foot, it comes and goes through out the day what it could be?
Diificult: To say, unusual for your age, but think sciatic nerve, or less commonly femoral artery. ...Read more
I have left abdominal pain, left back pain on hip, pain goes to my foot, it comes and goes through out the day when it pains i feel wet on my vagina why?
Need some tests: If there are no issues with your colon then the focus would be on two areas. One would be the lumbar spine as nerves being impinged upon arising from this area could radiate pain towards the hip and down the leg. Also nerve fibers from these nerve bundles could affect your pelvic organs. A female pelvic ; abdominal exam would be in order and x -rays of the spine ; pelvis; ultrasound of pelvis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Common occurance: They could from the same problem or 2 seperate issues it will take an orthopedic surgeon to help you sort this out. ...Read more
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