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Intermittent Middle Back Pain
I'm having left flank weirdness, intermittent left side pain, nausea, pulsation on left upper abdomen, diarrhea, upper middle back pain.?
Needs eval: Although not every possible cause is dangerous, seeevverbal are. You should be evaluated soon by a medical profession.
Find the cause: See a doctor to find out the cause. Ligament instability is often a big cause and can be rectifies with prolotherapy. Visit www. Getprolo. Com or www. Aaomed. Org or www. Proloshot. Com to get help finding a doctor and understanding the problem.
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.
I'm a 24 years old and I suffer from a middle back pain for two days, what should I do to relief that pain?
Depends: How did it start? Trauma or some injury, or out of the blue? It could be something simple that will get better with anti-inflammatories and time, but if there was a specific injury or it doesn't get better in a couple weeks, you should go be evaluated by your physician. Sooner if you have any other associated symptoms like weakness in your legs.See 1 more doctor answer
Extreme lower and middle back pain, trying to lay down, but can't get comfortable. What can I do to help my back?
Weak ligaments: Obesity put sever stress on the spinal ligaments. Nsaids prevent healing and perpetuate the injury. Pregnancy loosens ligaments. You need prolotherapy which is safe to get in pregnancy. Visit www. Getprolo. Com or www. Aaomed. Org to fins a prolotherapist and learn about prolotherapy.
I have been dealing with really bad middle back pain, it doesn't go away. Its been going on for about 3yrs now. What's wrong?
I have lower left sometimes middle back pain that comes an go it don't get worse and the pain is mild I feel like someone is poking me?
Get it evaluated: See a rheumatologist or orthopedist and have the issue evaluated. There are numerous possible causes.
I have been getting severe middle back pain since the past few months. No sitting / standing position is comfortable. Please help! Is this serious?
I had a lidocaine injection for middle back pain which provided much relief. Forgot to ask how long it will last.
Back Pain: Depends on whether you had an epidural steroid injection or a "trigger point" injection. The duration could be anywhere from months to years based on the condition being treated and if you reinjure the area. If you have a herniated disk it will probably be a reoccurring problem. If all you had was muscle spasm from physical activity them it should be permanent relief. Learn how to avoid injury.See 1 more doctor answer
I have been having this middle back pain on both sides for a few days now it hurts to move or breathe what could it be?
Anything: Back pain is very non specific and be caused by multiple things such as muscle strains, bone disorders. In addition, internal issues such as lung problems, heart problems, and stomach/pancreas problems can also cause back pain. With the development of pain with respiration this should be evaluated urgently for things such as pulmonary emobli (blood clots).See 1 more doctor answer
Lower-middle back pain. Should I be resting completely, working out still or something in between like stretching? Notice stretching helps temporality
RICE method: Studies show rest, ice, heat (modalities) and Physical Therapy are beneficial for back pain. You probably have back sprain from some activity that requires rest to heal. However a full medical history and exam are needed. For instance, if you have had trauma or have scoliosis or other contributing factors we need to know. With low back pain, studies show yoga is effective, as is physical therapy.
Muscular v disc: This could be muscular pain or related to underlying degenerative discs or even a herniated disc or other spine based conditions. Other issues could include referred pain from a lung or pulmonary issue or gastrointestinal issue like an esophagitis, ulcer, gallstones or reflux. Even a renal or kidney issue may be a cause. See your doctor if symptoms persist or worsen.
Lots of things: Go see your physician first to make sure it isn't something scary. Then take a look at how you sit, your general conditioning, how you use your body. For help, try physical therapy to include mobilizations and increasing thoracic mobility, treatment by an osteopathic physician and a supervised stretching program. If these aren't helpful, sometimes it's from an old injury- physical or emotional.See 1 more doctor answer
Upper middle back pain for over a month, gets worse as im standing up at work gets worse as the night goes on almost unbearable?
Need a consultation: This pain can be originating from the spine or surrounding areas such as the kidneys. Given the severe nature of the pain, a consultation and likely an mr imaging examination would be needed. Information from this exam along with the clinical info would help determine where the pain is originating from and whether it is mechanical, neurologic or solid organ based. I advise seeing a pain specialis.
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.
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.See 1 more doctor answer
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