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I Have A Lower Back Pain Due To Working Long Hours At My Desk What Should I Do
Low back pain: The best treatment are things you can do away from your desk. Your core muscles are weak from sitting posture. Walking, crunches, pool time.. You get the idea . I don't recommend belts or straps they just take away even more muscle tone. The only item i would recommend at your desk would be standing, stretching and trading chair for balance ball. Trade off/on for chair when starting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
I have scoliosis. Now I have a big pain at my back maibe because i work at my desk 9h/day seeting of the chair. What can I do? Can be worse then pain?
Sitting back pain: Scoliosis is only associated with back pain about 16% of the time, but poor posture hurts 85%! i agree that the sitting is the likely cause of your pain. A pmr doctor or physical therapist can assess your posture relative to the desk, and an x ray of your spine will give information on the type of scoliosis you have and act as a marker to assess changes over time. This can be helped! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 21 weeks pregnant and if I lay down for a long period of time, I get severe pain in my lower back preventing me to walk. What should I do?
SIJ: Pregnant teen with low back pain likely has sacroiliac joint subluxation on a background of Joint Hypermobility Syndrome and secretion of hormone relaxin (elevated during pregnancy) arousing additional ligament laxity. She needs Obstetrician's opinion, possibly an SIJ belt, and perhaps an Osteopathic opinion. See Brighton Criteria and Boa.com. ...Read more
Everytime I stand up for a long period of time or walk I start to have lower back pain. What can cause this pain?
I have frequent pains in my upper back. I want someone to massage it all the time. I sit at a computer a lot. What should I do?
Check ergonomics: It's imperative that you check the ergonomics of your work station/area. Lots of recommendations available online. I quickly found this one: http://www.Spine-health.Com/wellness/ergonomics/ten-tips-improving-posture-and-ergonomics. Plenty more available. Make minor adjustments and see how you feel. Then make some more adjustments & repeat ad nauseum until no more back pain. And get up frequently. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have pain and burning in my lower back when i first wake up, stand cooking, lifting or i sit for a long period. What could be wrong? Im miserable.
What is Cause?: Did you have an injury? Is the pain associated with going to the bathroom or your menstrual cycle? Waking up with back pain could simply due to a mattress that does give you proper support. It is very common to strain a back muscle with every day activity especially if you are not physically active. See your doctor for evaluation and as long as it is muscular-physical therapy would help. ...Read more
What can I do to lessen my back and leg pain I've been having for the past month so I can go back to work?
Best thing is 2 C-: -a fellowship trained spine surgeon 4 an evaluation. Could very well be due to your spine. ...Read more
I have very bad back pain in the lower back and cant get comfortable i am 5 months pregnant what can i do i cant take one more day of this.
I am wondering if i need to go to the hospital I am about 32 week pg I have light pain in the lower back and feels like I am getting kick in my lower stomach and i feel like I have the persure of having to for about 1 hour
I was wondering what are some causes and solutions for back pain? A couple of hours i started to get painful back spasms in my middle back an inch or so left from my spin. At the time i was justbsitting comfortably, and i had not done anything to hurt it
Back pain: The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... I recommend you try stretching exercise, massage and heat pads first. You also can try Ibuprofen over the counter as needed. If your pain persists, you should seek help from a pain management doctor. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had lower back pain all my life.Now at night I tend to freq wake up to use the bathroom a lot. I don't have a problem going and no pain, why?
BPH: This may or may not be related to your back pain. You could be developing benign prosthetic hypertrophy. This may be spinal related. Maybe developing spinal symptoms. It is difficult to really answer without a formal work up. Iwould recommend seeing an orthopedic spinal specialist. ...Read more
I have a tear on my minuscus, my surgery is in a couple months I stand at work for 6-7 hours. What can I do for it not to hurt while I work?
Support...: It is important to provide as much support to the affected joint as you can. Try to avoid very sudden movements; and definitely avoid heavy lifting! ...Read more
I fell on one side of my butt 16 days ago and i still feel pain when sitting. What should I do is there exercise to do or should I see a doctor?
I have IC and I have had lower back pain for a few months.it hurts the most at night also have numbness if I stay in one position to long.
Your symptoms: are not related to your IC (I assume you mean Interstitial Cystitis) They are most likely from your back! Review this with your Primary Care Provider! Dr Z ...Read more
I am experiencing constant thoracic back pain now for over 4years I don't have to do anything to aggravate it . As soon as i wake up in the morning?
I have getting pain in my left ankel, when I trying to sit. From last one week. What should I do ?
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Wondering different possibilities or if I should see a doctor. I don't have health care so i don't like going to the doctors I have upper back pain alot. When i sit my upper back curves a bit and when i forces myself to sit up straight so my back is strai
I have a sharp pain in my right side/back that won't go away. I took one vicodin/ibuprofen 4 hours ago and still have the pain. What to do?
Could be your back: Back pain can have refer pain to that area. You need to see a doctor to get a full exam and possible radiology study . If it is the back problem, there's several options to treat, including physical therapy, stretch exercise, trigger point injection etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
L have a tolerable pain from my back down to my knee. It comes and goes unless i sit down for periods of time. What do you think i have?
I have had a pretty sever headache for 10 days. The severity comes and goes but becomes excruciating while i sleep. I don't have insurance and am not sure what to do. I can only sleep at night if I am sitting up on the couch. If i try to lay down i wak
Diagnosis : Diagnosis of the cause of headaches is a challenge usually involving a full clinical examination, laboratory studies and possibly cat scans or other advanced testing. The duration of your headache is concerning. Headaches may be the sign of a significant underlying problem so you should be evaluated by your personal physician as soon as possible even if the headache abates. ...Read more
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