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Best Sleeping Position For Middle Back Pain
I couldn't sleep due to severe middle back pain on right side. I did windmill excercise this morning after long time. If I stand it starts paining.
23 years, male having lower and middle back pain for the last couple of weeks. Pain generally occurs alternate days after 5-6 hrs of sleep. Please help.
I have middle back pain about 6 hours into sleeping. I usually wake up and urinate and that seems to help. Is this related to a kidney issue?
Depends: It is individual. Only you can find the most comfortable position for you. ...Read more
Generally, on your: Side in a fetal position with a pillow between your legs or on your back with or without a pillow under your knees. Avoid sleeping on your stomach. ...Read more
Constant upper right back pain brought by deep breathing, recently I had a nose sugery and I keep upright sleeping position?
What could cause middle back pain and what's the best action to take to cure it? I'm asking for my pregnant 15 year old daughter.
Back muscles: Probably the back pain is due to the pregnancy and extra weight on the back muscle. In order to compensate they tighten and after a while they get tired and start hurting. Best thing to do is to strech them out and them due strenghtening exercises, make sure the posture is erect and not slump-over. Of course could be another cause4s sucxh as kidney infections. ...Read more
I have been getting severe middle back pain since the past few months. No sitting / standing position is comfortable. Please help! Is this serious?
Back ache, between shoulder blades, not constant, bad sleep position and or workouts seem to bring it on. Its tolerable?
Numerous causes: The range of possibility is very wide. It begins with a simple strain and can be severe like an aneurysm of a blood vessel. This is exactly why a quality doctor who can perform a physical is important. In addition, chest and spine x-rays may help narrow the possibilities. ...Read more
Multiple: There can be many reasons. Commonest is muscular due to posture or kind of activity you are involved in. There should be proper work-up to rule out more worrisome causes like fracture, infection, tumor etc. It could also be related to changes in the neck and upper back part of the spine, like degeneration or herniation of disks. If the pain has persisted past 6 weeks, do see a physician. ...Read more
Needs Evaluation: It could be coming from your spine, from your stomach or gall bladder, from something going on inside your chest like pneumonia or a lung tumor, could be your heart or great vessels (aorta). Bottom line is there are too many things that it could be without some investigation. Some of these conditions are life-threatening. Get to a doctor asap. ...Read more
My father has bloatedness for a week now, what is it and what can reduce it? Also has lower middle back pain are they linked together?
Go dairy free:
Elimination diet-Go dairy free -can take yogurt
See a doctor to diagnose & treat the conditions which can be treated like H.pylori. ...Read more
I am having really bad middle back pain to the point of when I inhale deeply it hurts. It's more on my right side. Left side feels discomfort?
Pain: Did you have any trauma? That type of pain is concerning and could even be arising from problems within the chest also. Please be evaluated as that sounds concerning. All the best! ...Read more
Middle back pain between shoulder blades that makes it difficult to stand up with crushing chest pain that doesn't go away when I lay down or stand up?
Emergency Room: This type of complaint is better addressed at an emergency room. Please call 911 to transfer you to the hospital immediately. ...Read more
I have localized middle back pain over an area of my spine. I had this for a couple of months; some days are better than others regarding the ache.?
? disk: You should see your doctor to have CT of Spain to find cause of pain. ...Read more
Research shows for spinal conditions chiropractic adjustments and rehabilitation over the long term are best. Doctors of Chiropractic are being trained in and are specialists of both spinal manipulation and rehab. There is much research, unfortunately it is impossible for clinician's to keep up in their own field, let alone someone else's specialty.
Check out www. Chiro. Org/research ...Read more
See below: Rather than figuring out what to take it is more important that you evaluate your lifting technique, the amount of weight and reps you are doing rather than taking medications. You may need to alter your technique as well as the amount of weight and reps. I am sorry if this was not the answer that you are looking for but better to follow the above advice than to get hurt and not be able to lift. ...Read more
Knot: More than likely a muscle knot. Take some anit-inflammatory medication and do stretches. ...Read more