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Back Pain With Frequent Uriantion
Disc issues: Just because you have disc issues does not mean that you have to have symptoms. If you do have symptoms they can be continuous, intermittent or rare. ...Read more
I have back pain even 7 months aftr delivery? Can't do heavy work? Why? How to eradicate the pain?
OB & Back Pain: Back pain after pregnancy and labor are common. Pregnancy is a significant stress on the system. Weight loss, stretching and strengthening are necessary after child birth to regain what has been lost. This is complicated by the new addition to your family which makes you lose sleep and occupies most of your time. You must find time to do these things though! ...Read more
Constant lower left back pain to where I can't bend down, get up from laying down, or sit comfortably. What is it?
Most commonly: What you are describing is a lumbar paraspinal or iliopsoas strain or spasm at your age. However, there are many other things that can cause this that should be checked by a physician, including but not limited to si joint pain, facet pain, and even discogenic pain that has not infringed on a nerve root yet. If it is a paraspinal spasm, then it should continuously get better each day, keep walking. ...Read more
Sometimes I get horrible back pain and it lasts forever. It even swells up I don't know what to do. What should I do?
What is going on? I'm having upper right sided back pain on exhale except in some positions. I wasn't like this 10 minutes ago.
What to do if I have back pain associated with it and so pain + intraosseus hemengioma. Isn't that something caused for concern?
Interesting Question: Intraosseous Hemangioma are found many times in the spine. The likelihood they are causing pain is very unlikely however there are some documented cases of this in both Europe and USA. Usually these are treated with vertebroplasty/kyphoplasty where bone cement is added to the bone. This is quite extreme and many times insurance does not cover this treatment if its not cancer related. ...Read more
I'm having serouis back pain, and it happens randonly. Very sharpppp pain like I have to stop and can't move, what could this be?
Sharp back pain: There could be a multitude of reasons you are experiencing sharp, random back pain. The most common reason is a simple strain or sprain of your muscles/tendons/ligaments. However, the pain could potentially be coming from the spine itself including pain from your discs, facet joints, and/or vertebra. The good news is that the vast majority of back pain is usually benign and self-limiting. ...Read more
I have problem in back I suddenly feels back pain and fall down/sit down automatically. How I sit I don't know. Please guide me what to do?
How can I avoid back pain in the am? Can't afford new mattress but joined a gym. Toss and turn all night. Been a couple of years, worse lately.
Sleep: Strengthening the muscles in the back is difficult as we see our front at the gym and we are slumped over things in our work daily. Yoga exercises can significantly strengthen the back. A flat surface is best for sleep. You could try sleeping on the floor to see if this changes things. If it does put plywood under your mattress to increase the firmness. Happy sleeping! ...Read more
Back pain in the middle of my back just below the middle of my room the pain gets so bad but I can't stand it and no it doesn't leave it all day long?
Back pain review: Back pain can be very annoying because it limits the daily activities. It might be due to trauma, spine degeneration, disc prolapse, muscle spasm or autoimmune disease. you should consult your physician and he/she will run diagnostic test to specify the reason of your pain and start the appropriate management ...Read more
I have a great back pain in my left side. I have got it from singapore as carrieng some things from 4 years. It becomes more and more painful and now I can't bare it. Tell me, what would I do now?
Spine Pain Options: This chronic pain in the distribution as you suggested is the result of an irritated nerve or facet joints or other injury typically in the lumbar spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease, etc requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist and may be candidate for facet injections/radiofrequency ablation and epidural steroid injection. ...Read more
MakeTimeForFitness: Losing weight happens when you burn more calories than you take in. So diet and exercise are equally important. So if you cannot exercise because of your backache, we have a problem. We have to diagnose and treat your back pain, so a back evaluation is warranted. Core and spinal stabilization exercises are initiated and then gradually start aerobic exercise. Wgt training will follow. Make the time. ...Read more
Heat/motrin: If it is so severe you can't get up you probably need to see a doctor. The best things you can do at home are to use heat on your back and alternate 400mg motrin with 1000mg tylenol (acetaminophen) every 4 hours. Do not take the tylenol (acetaminophen) more than 3 times per day. Do not take tylenol (acetaminophen) if you have liver problems. Do not take motrin if you have kidney problems. See doctor if you need more pain relief. ...Read more
Can't really tell: This is one reason why every american needs insurance. One's doctor can help decide whether symptoms are an emergency. If one has heart disease, or a family history of it; or one has diabetes or high cholesterol, or there is trouble breathing; or nausea with tightness inside the chest; or one feels a sense of doom, that something bad might happen, etc..., then a trip to the E.R. Is a good idea. ...Read more
Back pain and extreme gases it's to much I couldn't get up from bed this morning for the pain : (?
I weigh 260 I gain 9 more lbs I have back pain for a while now don't hurt that bad can it be my weight?
Probably: Problems like these can only be correctly handled by your doctor in person. He/she needs to listen to you, perform an examination and possibly run labs or other tests. That's the only way he/she can find out what's going on and what to do about it. ...Read more
How to deal with chronic, severe neck/back pain while attending classes when medications aren't working?
Neck and back pain:
The neck and back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement. ..
The treatment depends on the cause of the pain. It might include exercise, massage, therapy, medication, injection, surgery. ..
I recommend you seeing help from a pain management doctor. You would benefit from a comprehensive treatment. ...Read more
I feel very tired when waking up on the bed. Sometimes, I felt huge back pain and couldn't go anywhere.
Tired when waking: Could be sleep apnea or if wake to use bathroom. Check mattress should be changed every 10 years if non flip, 15-20 years if flip. For back pain if not allergic try aleve (naproxen) 2 tabs. For sleep need good hygiene, dark room no electronics, no drinking for 2 hours prior to bedtime so don't awake during night to urinate, if still issues check for sleep apnea f/u w/ doc ...Read more
Horrific back pain for years. Washington doctors won't give out pain medication. What can I do to help with this?
Back pain: Back pain may be from a variety of conditions. Most commonly, a ruptured disc causes impingement of the nerve root. Sacroiliac joint inflammation can mimic a herniated disc too. Try anti-inflammatory medication, ice, and stretching. If the pain persists for more than a week then seek attention with a neurosurgeon/neurologist to determine the cause of the back pain and formulate a treatment ...Read more
Extreme lower and middle back pain, trying to lay down, but can't get comfortable. What can I do to help my back?
Obesity put sever stress on the spinal ligaments. Nsaids prevent healing and perpetuate the injury. Pregnancy loosens ligaments.
You need prolotherapy which is safe to get in pregnancy. Visit www. Getprolo. Com or www. Aaomed. Org to fins a prolotherapist and learn about prolotherapy. ...Read more
I had my baby 9 months ago and still have back pain. I've never had back pain until the epidural. I don't understand?
Common concern!: Your concern is common and often occurs after pregnancy. The key is conditioning after delivery. If you do not respond to exercises then you may need to see a provider to assess the cause of pain. Mri scan may be needed to make certain that you do not have an injury related to the pregnancy. ...Read more
Back pain on left side in the middle of my back. Pain level is at a 5. I don't workout so I don't think I pulled anything.
Back pain: Most back pains are benign, related to the muscle dysfunction. You don't have to work out to have that. Uncomfortable beds, unusual posture during sleep, assuming a positing for some time that can put stress on the muscle may all be responsible. There may be some referred pain from the organs such as kidneys, so thorough history and physical exam is needed to get the root of your problem. ...Read more
I have been dealing with really bad middle back pain, it doesn't go away. Its been going on for about 3yrs now. What's wrong?
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