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Bruised Lower Back From Fall
I have a large swollen bruise on lower back from fall. It burns at times. What can I do to speed up healing?
After fall, dx severe lower back internal bruises. Can only sleep on back but it's hurting nxt day. Could this make it worse? Cant sleep side, 2 painful.
Need further evaluat: This is a great deal of weight to loose, and will result in very stretched, overlapping skin. This may simply be a large fold of skin. You should see your doctor about this. ...Read more
I have a bruise like discoloration on my lower back but I haven't been hit. Should I be concerned?
A mottled bruise appeared on my entire lower back. I don't know what could have caused it, it just appeared one day. It's painful in the area.
Bruising: If it is a large extensive bruise, it can be resulting from an internal issue you need to see your doctor to determine what is going on. ...Read more
Do not know: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
Fell on ice a week ago. Still hurts on left lower back. Is that normal to take that long to heal? Tiny bruise visible
Could be a fracture: Many unexpected falls in ice can create tremendous force at impact. You may have a fracture to your pelvis, sacrum, or even the lower spine. Most of these injuries with an external compression from the side (lateral compression fractures) are inherently stable, so you could stand or walk with discomfort. This injury may take 6 weeks to 3 months to get better. Have an orthopedic surgeon check. ...Read more
I've noticed my 2 year old son gets these dime sizes bruises on his lower back and spine. Is this normal?
Maybe, maybe not: A rambunctious kid can get bruises on occasion over the bony prominences of the spine, shins, elbows, etc. These should reflect their activity and come and go over time. Bruises that arise over fleshy areas, unlikely to have pinched tissue between trauma and hard bone, are abnormal and a sigh of inflicted trauma or blood issue. ...Read more
I have small bruises up and down my abdomen (mostly on sides) for months now and a few on my lower back. How can I make them go away?
Bruesing: Unexplained bruising needs a blood analysis. This can be an important sign of something going wrong. See your provider. ...Read more
Today I was walking down the stairs and I slipped and fell. I hit my lower back on the a step. There is bruising and pain. What should I do?
I keep getting a bruise on my lower back right in the middle where my spine is. I haven't done anything physical and it feels like I have cramps?
Muscle or: Soft tissue damage. The bruising is always suspicious for a blood clotting disorder. Get examined asap and get routine blood test of blood for coagulation issues. I suggest calling for an appointment ASAP. ...Read more
Why does my spine hurts when I touch it? The feeling is as if I had a giant bruise. It started in my lower back and now I have it on my upper back!
? Skin?: Your symptoms are not typical of anything but local trauma. For instance, if you do a lot of sit-ups or other activities in the face up/supine position, you can get bruises along your spinous processes (the tips of the vertebrae you can feel/see under the skin). Otherwise, it could be a skin problem or a muscle problem, as both lie between skin ; the bones themselves. See your pcp for and exam. ...Read more
I had a small lump under skin on lower back. Has always been the same. Today it was bigger and bruised and somewhat sensitive which it hasn't been b4.?
Ruptured cyst?: Your description makes me think this might be a cyst which ruptured and is becoming inflamed as a result. If it worsens, gets very large, or painful, it may need to be opened. Warm compresses can help bring it to a head and resolve it faster. Squeezing isn't a good idea. ...Read more
The top of my back is regular and comfortable, however my lower back is curved when I sit, stand and bend over. It's uncomfortable and bruises easily.
My lower back is constantly sore and I have had these pains for months now and also I keep having bruising on my thighs and they're constantly sore?
See: See orthopedist or rheumatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
4yo gets couple little yellow bruises on her lower back and couple little yellow bruises outer thigh, is this ok?
Yes: Those are contact areas and bruising will occur there with bumps. It is areas such as the backs of the legs and the inner parts of the arms where you wouldn't expect bruising that would be worrisome. ...Read more
Major bruising on middle lower back. Can sleeping on my back damage it further? It seems to be the only angle without strong pain.
Xray?: Lying on back likely ok, but may have deep injuries that should be checked if you haven't already ...Read more
Today I fell on my tailbone/ lower back while doing squats, I think it's bruised. What should I do to treat this injury/ relieve pain?
Ice and don't sit: The tail bone is a sensitive area of the body but not a critical part of the spine. When injured one needs to avoid sitting on it. This a doughnut type of a cushion helps as wellas icicng in the beginning. As time goes this becomes easier but they can last sometimes for weeks. If the pain is severe you need an x-ray to make sure that you do not have a fracture. ...Read more
Should I see my GP if I sprained my back? Significant bruising on lower back and extremely painful; when should I consider making appointment?
Low back strain: Low back strain is best treated by rest, good mattress, hot or cold applications, liniments like bengay, and taking anti-inflammatory medications like Advil or Aleve. Muscle relaxants like flexeril or soma help reduce tightness. Applying a lidocaine patch can be soothing. If not gradually improving after several days, if worsening of pain or radiation of pain into the buttock or thigh, see an ortho ...Read more
I have been having lower back pain for months and it's getting worse. And I've started to notice that it looks somewhat bruised on my lower back.
Probable spondylosis: Likely arthritis is the culprit. Muscle spasm generally comes with it, and can cause some swelling and burning. The primary cause of bruising or scarring is from heating pad overuse, to try and relieve some of the pain. Best to have a doctor evaluate you for the best treatment modalities, which may include physical therapy, steroid injections, osteopathic or chiropractic adjustments, or other. ...Read more
I have a knot on my spine in the middle/ lower back with pain an sometimes bruising in line down part of spine doc won't do anything for it help?
I fell hard on my left buttock onto steel armrest on plane over a month ago, left with massive bruise, my lower back has starting to give me pain?
I found that my lower back was sore today while standing then found unexplained bruising along my spine.
Medical check up nee: You need to have a medical check up from your doctor. Bruising can be from trauma/injury but you will know if that is in the picture or not. Unexplained bruising indicates possible bleeding under the skin for which there has to be a cause. Your doctor can check/examine you to find the cause of bleeding which will require blood tests including CBC (Complete blood counts) and some special blood test ...Read more
Fell on my right side I have horrible pain Down my whole leg and lower back hip area. With bruising.?
Fall: Evaluation. If you are hurting bad enough that it is difficult to walk then you need to be checked. X-ray may be needed. Sometimes falls can be associated with internal injuries. ...Read more
Having pain in right side pelvis & lower back. Woke up this AM w/ an oval shaped, purple bruise on right side pelvis. What could this be?
ER: Hopefully, this is just a bruise, may be related to trauma or sexual activityu; however, you must be checked and evaluated in the ER or local UC clinic. ...Read more
I have severe pain in my mid to lower back, it feels like a bruise and hurts constant, also pains down my left thigh what could this be?
Need more evaluation:
Commonest reason for pain radiating down legs is a 'pinched nerve' because of a displaced disc.
This can happen in young people like you.
You may need Xray, MRI or nerve conduction studies followed by either medication, physical therapy or nerve blocks.
See a board certified pain physician or an orthopedic doctor ...Read more
X-ray showed Fx coccyx19days ago, follow up with ortho said no fx joint bruised. Pain worse 2days ago ¬iced large indent in lower back. Suggestions?
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