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How long does back pain associated with syphilis last?

How long does back pain associated with syphilis last?

See below: Syphilitic disease of the spine, similar to bone and joint syphilis elsewhere in the body, may be encountered following either the congenital or acquired forms of infection. It may manifest itself, first, as an arthralgia or backache; second, as a necrosis of the vertebrœ, and, third, as a; charcot spine accompanied by cerebro-spinal degeneration. It may be a life long issue. ...Read more

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Back Pain (Definition)

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I contact syphilis 6 years ago and treated it with wrong medcin and now I'm having back pain always and wicknes of penis, so what can I do to get myse?

I contact syphilis 6 years ago and treated it with wrong medcin and now I'm having back pain always and wicknes of penis, so what can I do to get myse?

See your PCP first: Some conditions like ED and back pain may require further assessment; tests and your doctor may schedule a follow-up appointment or refer you to a specialist to determine a diagnosis. See your PCP first for evaluation. ...Read more

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How long does back pain associated with cystitis last?

How long does back pain associated with cystitis last?

? Pain from cystitis: Kidney infection, pyelonephritis or kidney stones or blockage are, but, cystitis is not usually associated with back pain. It can occur if & when cystitis UTI extends up to the kidneys. You are advised to consult with your dr., intenist or urologist in case this is serious. Good luck. ...Read more

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How long does back pain associated with HIV last?

How long does back pain associated with HIV last?

Etiology?: More info needed. Please contact your HIV doctor to discuss your symptoms. May need x-rays and some blood tests to see if related to HIV disease. Take care. ...Read more

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How long does back pain associated with sciatica last?

How long does back pain associated with sciatica last?

75% better 3 months: Most people get better between 2 to 12 weeks from the onset of their extremity pain. This is about 75% without any surgery & does not depend on any one type of treatment or any at all. The rest get better up to one year with about 10% needing surgery with appropriately indicated surgeries doing well 90% as long as they are non smokers, not obese & not diabetic. Those in shape do best in all ! ...Read more

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How long does back pain associated with labor and delivery last?

See below: The pain is usually associated with the active phase of labor and rapidly leaves after birth. ...Read more

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How long does back pain associated with fibroids last?

How long does back pain associated with fibroids last?

Varies.: Fibroids can cause pain with intercourse, period, or spontaneously at any time of the cycle or pregnancy. They typically regress in size and symptoms after menopause, or with hormonal treatment. ...Read more

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How long does back pain associated with pregnancy last?

How long does back pain associated with pregnancy last?

Depends: For some women it starts around 20 weeks and can last until the end. Most will discuss with the doctor and use maternity belts, or have physical therapy and prenatal massage to decrease the pain. ...Read more

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How long does back pain associated with pyelonephritis last?

How long does back pain associated with pyelonephritis last?

See below: Kidney infection, pyelonephritis or kidney stones or blockage are, but, cystitis is not usually associated with back pain. It can occur if & when cystitis UTI extends up to the kidneys. You are advised to consult with your dr., intenist or urologist in case this is serious. Good luck. ...Read more

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How long does back pain before periods generally last?

It varies: It does vary from person to person. If the discomfort is mild, you can use simple over the counter medications (unless your doctor told you not to), exercise regularly, and keep going. If your pain is severe (keeps you from your usual activities), see your gynecologist or pcp for a check-up. ...Read more

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Pain In The Back (Definition)

Pain in the back = dorsalgia = discomfort of any ...Read more