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Lower Back Pain Both Sides
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
Severe lower back pain, both sides down to buttocks.Can't sit, or straighten back tried nsaids & pain meds, nothin helps lying down ok, hard to get up?
Low back pain: The pain you describe may be related to the lumbar spine or the pelvis and hips. I would recommend a visit to a neurosurgeon or spine specialist who may recommend physical therapy, pain management or an imaging study to evaluate and treat the pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have lower back pain on both sides and once in a while (every hour or so) I am getting mild shooting pains in my left upper arm. This just started ?
And : What is your question? Causes of shooting pain in arm not related to lower back. There are conditions that cause both but they cause issues in multiple areas: eg., arthritis, and some not so simple reasons.., i would go to your doctor to discuss why this is happening and give them a chance to investigate. Have a wonderful new year! ...Read more
I just recently started having lower back pain on both sides only when i have a bowel movement. What could it be?
Male diabetic from 8 years, feeling lower back pain in both side and left leg is weaker tha right, after squats right leg is heavy than left leg thanks?
Diabetic Amyotrophy?: With a history of diabetes, especially if severe or uncontrolled, a rare but occasional cause of leg weakness is diabetic amyotrophy. This usually involved one or more nerves in the legs. It is different from peripheral neuropathy since you may experience weakness. A more likely cause would be a radiculopathy, which is a pinched nerve around the back. Only way to know is a good exam and EMG test. ...Read more
Lower abdomen pain, lower back pain on both sides, frequent urination, no temp, no nausea, no pain during urination, no vaginal discharge.
Early UTI: Usually a urinary tract infection is manifest by burning, pain, hesitancy, frequency, urgency, nighttime urination, odor, and cloudy urine. You could be having the beginnings of a full-on UTI with just the pain and frequency. This would be worth peeing in a cup to have your fp check you out for infection. Your first day of antibiotics could aleviate all of your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nauseated, dizzy, lower back pain on both sides, fatigue, a little bit of chest pain, burning headache, little appetite and diarrhea. Er or doc monday?
No: Implantation occurs without perceptible symptoms in most cases. You sound eager to conceive. Enjoy your sexual activity with care for your back positioning to avoid pain. ...Read more
I have had a UTI for about a week and now im getting bad lower back pain and a little on both sides of my abs. Whats going on?
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