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Can female low back pain be related to orgasm?

Can female low back pain be related to orgasm?

Yes if you have back: Pain from privous injury can be trigger by orgasm. ...Read more

Orgasm (Definition)

Conventionally, orgasm is the culmination of sexual arousal (and may be repeated) and typically produces great pleasure through direct genital stimulation of the male penis and female clitoris. However, orgasm may also be achieved via the brain or as a reflex arc. The physical characteristics are an explosive peak & repeated neuromuscular action causing release of male ...Read more


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Is low back pain just before orgasm common?

Is low back pain just before orgasm common?

very unusual: You should discuss with your doctor, an examination and possible further testing maybe warranted to assure that a problem does not exist. It could be normal but I would like to make sure no underlying pathology exists. Talk to your doctor. ...Read more

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After I orgasm I get a burny lower back pain. I'm 18 and a female. Any ideas?

After I orgasm I get a burny lower back pain. I'm 18 and a female. Any ideas?

Here are some ...: What you described is how your body responds to sexual excitement. Is such experience new or lifelong to you? If lifelong, that is how and what you're; if new / recent, seek pro-evaluation and counseling to see if there is something happening in the pelvis. But, largely, there would be not much that could be done and it could be related with muscle discomfort from orgasm-related tension. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have low back pain with muscle spasm during orgasm?

Is it normal to have low back pain with muscle spasm during orgasm?

Yes and no: You should not be normally experiencing low back pain/ muscle spasms unless you have an underlying back condition, i. E herniated disc, or sacroiliac pain or possibly a pelvic floor dysfunction. Discuss with your primary care doctor and gyn. ...Read more

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Can IBS cause pelvic/rectal and low back pain after orgasm.?

It is possible, yet: It would still be wise to see your doctor. The low back pain could be due to several things including muscle spasm, strain or disc disease. The pelvic/rectal pain could be due to the IBS, bladder issue or constipation. A thorough evaluation by your doctors is in order as orgasm itself is not usually a culprit of pain. ...Read more

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I get severe pelvic/rectal/lower back pain after orgasm. GYN test show normal tvu, fsh, estrogen, metabolic panel, etc...what causes this.?

I get severe pelvic/rectal/lower back pain after orgasm. GYN test show normal tvu, fsh, estrogen, metabolic panel, etc...what causes this.?

?Endometriosis: Please see your OB/GYN or primary doctor and have a frank discussion with them about how often, when, what positions, etc. cause this severe pain. This is NOT normal, and can be a sign of more serious illness. Endometriosis (inner lining of the uterus escaped to OUTSIDE the uterus, but inside the belly) can sometimes cause scar tissue which is stretched with sex and orgasm. Get care! Good luck ...Read more

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Irregular periods, pain with intercourse, pain after orgasm, lower back pain, right side lower abdomen severe cramps on a regular basis. Is this norma?

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Irregular periods, pain with intercourse, pain after orgasm, lower back pain, right side lower abdomen severe cramps on a regular basis. Is this norma?

Not normal and ...: Of course, not normal and you should be systemically evaluated with a comprehensive review of detailed specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms + findings of timely physical exam & testing as needed. How to This has not to be that hard by following instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; then you can work rightly with doc — preferably by gynecologist for care. ...Read more

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I'm female age 47. I have been waking up in the middle if the night with low back pain every night for the past couple 2-3 months. Cause?

I'm female age 47. I have been waking up in the middle if the night with low back pain every night for the past couple 2-3 months. Cause?

Causes of back pain: There are many possible causes of this symptom. There is not enough information here to decide. For many people, tired, sore muscles in the back cause this symptom. A worn mattress could be the cause. This could also be caused by a problem with the bones or nerve roots, a kidney stone, or blood vessels. Hope this gives you some idea to start with. ...Read more

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I have pain deep in my groin left side, only at ngt. Feels to low to b ovary, cd it b my hip. I'm 42 female. Also, have lower back pain. Thank u x?

I have pain deep in my groin left side, only at ngt. Feels to low to b ovary, cd it b my hip. I'm 42 female. Also, have lower back pain. Thank u x?

Any of the above.: It could actually be any of the above. Perhaps take an anti-inflammatory to see if it goes away. Otherwise, a physical exam by a doctor may be needed. ...Read more

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I am a 32-year-old female. Have low back pain that goes from about tailbone/above butt crack and into my left hip. Is fine in am, gets worse as day go?

I am a 32-year-old female. Have low back pain that goes from about tailbone/above butt crack and into my left hip. Is fine in am, gets worse as day go?

See PCP: It may be a herniated lower spine disk with sciatica. See your pcp and maybe have an MRI done. At night, you are prone, less pressure on your spine, but during the day you are active, lots of pressure->pain. ...Read more

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30 y/o female, 0 kids; chronic low back pain 2 mnths; muscle spasms daily, sometimes a deeper ache; chiro care for 1 mnth; pain is only on left side?

30 y/o female, 0 kids; chronic low back pain 2 mnths; muscle spasms daily, sometimes a deeper ache; chiro care for 1 mnth; pain is only on left side?

MRI??: Chronic low back pain in a young person may be related to musculoskeletal strain. It seems that your chiropractor is addressing that by addressing the muscle spasms. If the pain you mention on the left is radiating pain-that is pain that shoots into the left thigh and leg, you have to consider a herniated disc that is "pinching the nerve". An MRI scan is useful to define this. ...Read more

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Brief sensation of warmth (lasts maybe a second)r lower abdomen just above groin. Has been happening for the past several hrs, comes and goes) Hx: 56yo w female. Chronic low back pain, mild but lately it's been fairly constant. Swelling r knew and pain (

Brief sensation of warmth (lasts maybe a second)r lower abdomen just above groin. Has been happening for the past several hrs, comes and goes) Hx: 56yo w female. Chronic low back pain, mild but lately it's been fairly constant. Swelling r knew and pain (

Maybe diverticulitis: There could be a lot of reasons for this but the first one I think it was the reticulitis. It would be best for you to see your physician and get this clarified. There are other conditions that can cause, discomfort. It may be a simple issue but it needs to be evaluated. ...Read more

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I am a 20-year-old female currently taking Aleve (naproxen) to help with low back pain. Since I have been taking it, I've been having extreme trouble sleeping.?

I am a 20-year-old female currently taking Aleve (naproxen) to help with low back pain. Since I have been taking it, I've been having extreme trouble sleeping.?

Insomnia: Drugs like aleve (naproxen) are called non steroidal anti-inflammatory agents and can have central nervous system effects in some people including insomnia. It may also be your back pain that's adding to your difficulty sleeping. ...Read more

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23 y/o female with low back pain @ L1-L3. I have seen a doctor and they suspected a Pars Fracture. Xrays and MRI neg. PT doesn't help much, What now?

23 y/o female with low back pain @ L1-L3. I have seen a doctor and they suspected a Pars Fracture. Xrays and MRI neg. PT doesn't help much, What now?

CT?: The answer is the symptoms. Standard X-ray oftentimes do not show the defect. MRI may or may not show it. Thin sections on CT with bone windows may be the answer. When all else fails, sometimes you have to start all over and search again for the answers. Good luck ...Read more

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Advice on how to deal with low back pain?

Advice on how to deal with low back pain?

Pinched Nerve/Muscle: Most times back pain that is sudden onset will resolve. You should use anti-inflammatory meds like ibuprofen, aleve around the clock and even tylenol (acetaminophen) to help. If this does not resolve you should see your doctor for a full evaluation. If it still does not resolve, I would recommend to see a spine specialist for a full evaluation and testing. You may need to get an MRI to see inside the spine. ...Read more

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What is done to find the cause of low back pain?

What is done to find the cause of low back pain?

Many Possibilities: Depending on how long it's been going on, I would consider an evaluation by a spine specialist. Sometimes it could be a muscle imbalance, early onset arthritis or scoliosis. Also, could be a pinched nerve/herniated disc. Either way it might be good to figure it out and get appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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I'm 42 female with lower back pain what could it be?

I'm 42 female with lower back pain what could it be?

DDD: By far the most common cause of back pain in people in their 30s and 40s is a condition known as degenerative disc disease (DDD). If your symptoms are mild, the pain can improve over time. If it is severe, consider being seen and there are many good nonoperative treatment options. ...Read more

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I don't want to develop low back pain? What's my best bet?

Healthy lifestyle: Stay active. No high heels. No tobacco — tobacco is associated with higher risk for pain and also prevents injuries from healing. Avoid being overweight. Avoid prolonged sitting. Healthy diet. Exercise... Doesn't have to be intense to be effective. Emotional health — psychological problems can contribute to pain. ...Read more

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Can low back pain be a tumor?

Yes: Some tumors will cause lower back pain. If I see a young person who is having new onset of back pain or if I see a middle-aged person with no history of lower back pain with new onset back pain, I will search for potential tumors as a cause. Thankfully it is uncommon but something not to miss. ...Read more

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Is low back pain common with ic?

No, but it happens: Assuming ic stands for interstitial cystitis — yes, back pain can be a symptom. It's not common, but each person is different. If your bladder is full, the posterior part of the bladder sits back enough that you could get referred pain to your lower back. We see this in patients who have urinary tract infections. ...Read more

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How can u prevent low back pain?

Flexibility: Lose weight, flexibility exercises, no smoking, walk and exercise daily. Simple statements- very beneficial results. ...Read more

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Is swimming good for low back pain?

Is swimming good for low back pain?

Less stress on Spine: With swimming, however hard to say if it will help. Likely the less stress will allow the disk to heal quicker. Depends also on what types of swimming strokes you are performing. ...Read more

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Does golf make low back pain worse?

Does golf make low back pain worse?

Yes: Comfortanle golf requires comfortable facet joints and comfortable muscles the ledbetyer swing requires simultaneous extension and lateral bending as wel as torsion forces the lumbar spine is not designed to rotate why do you think the pros are on and off the tour with back problems david duvall still recovering. ...Read more

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Low back pain and should and neck?

See below: There are many causes of neck, shoulder, and low back pain. They are usually separate issues, but in some cases neck and shoulder pain are connected. See your physician for a full workup. ...Read more

Dr. Sheila Smith
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Low Back Pain (Definition)

Low back pain is pain that occurs in the back above the buttock area and below the ribs. Low back pain can be sharp, dull, intermittent or constant. Pain can be at rest or associated with activity. Back pain can also be accompanied with pain that shoots or radiates down into the lower extremities or legs which is frequently ...Read more


Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more