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Lower Back Pain Increased When Changing Into A Standing Position
Could be several: Issues. Are you doing regular cardiovascular exercises & other core workouts? Lifestyle ok in terms of weight control & not smoking? If so, then this may be a facet joint problem which is loaded by the extension produced by cobra position in the lower back. You may have to modify your workout in terms of minimizing or eliminating this pose if creating significant issue otherwise it is ok to do. ...Read more
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've had for months lower back pain when I lie down. It's everyday issue. It feels like a pressure, it's in the middle. Position change won't help.
Need clarification: This is not a clear diagnostic clue but suggests that this needs an evaluation. Besides lying down what else makes it symptomatic. These are the clues we need. You need to dicuss this with your physician and get an evaluation including laboratory studies and imaging. ...Read more
Lower back pain, increased appetite, weight gain, very light periods after 3 months no period at all. Frequent urination.
What is the cause?:
There are many causes of these symptoms. One is pregnancy. That is easy to test for- could it be the cause? There could be changes with your hormones for other reasons. Either it could be from the ovaries or some other location.
If your home pregnancy test is negative, could be time to see the family doctor, or OB/GYN, or endocrinologist, probably in that order. ...Read more
I have consistent lower back pain. Its getting worse day by day. Its getting difficult to change posture.
Get evaluated by: Your primary care doctor. And make sure you do not use tobacco products, and keep a healthy weight. ...Read more
Depends: It is individual. Only you can find the most comfortable position for you. ...Read more
Generally, on your: Side in a fetal position with a pillow between your legs or on your back with or without a pillow under your knees. Avoid sleeping on your stomach. ...Read more
I have lower back pain on a daily basis, mostly when sitting in certain positions or standing too long. Advice?
Aquatic exercise: Swim, water aerobics or walking in chest deep water. We are about 80% lighter standing in chest deep water due to buoyancy. This will make exercising easier. Start with an amount that is relatively easy and comfortable, then repeat 4 or more days per week and add a few minutes to the program once a week, initially only add 2-3 mins per week, so you don't over do it. Don't give up and keep moving. ...Read more
Sudden right lower back pain, appears and disappears, depends on the position, usually appear for a day or two then come back weeks later?
Pain: This is probably fibromuscular I would try some heat applications as that may help to relieve it ...Read more
I slept on the floor a week ago, and since then I've had lower back pain, certain positions seem to trigger the pain although walking doesn't hurt.
Played hockey. Increased lower back pain during game. Following day cannot bend over. Suggestions other than rest and stretching?
First, try to see: If you are have good flexibility to begin with then consider more core strengthening. Try heat via heating pad or hot tub. If no response, you can try taking some otc medication if no contraindications when you play. If no help, then seek evaluation by a physician. If overweight, try to trim down and if smoking, stop. If you are not a flexible person then you need to work on this as well. ...Read more
When you tuck in bed ready to sleep. Sometimes, I have lower back pain as I lay in bed. What isconsidered the best position to sleep?
Depends: The best position is what your body tells you it likes. Also it changes over the entire night. ...Read more
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.
I always have lower back pain after masturbation, even though I masturbate in comfortable position, is masturbation the cause of my back pain?
Tight back muscles: This position is kind to the structural spine but requires flexibility and muscle length to do comfortably I would suspect try ing a stretching program that includes the long spine erectors or a different position would yield some improvement. ...Read more
Triangke: Triangle on both sides. I suggest putting you spine in all degrees of rotation: downward dog, reverse downward dog, both side triangles, and standing with feet parallel to wall - hands on wall and head looking over opposite shoulder - both sides. I practice yoga myself- not so good with the names though. ...Read more
Chronic lower back pain since I was a teenager. Now I feel. Jelly. Like lumps on both sides. Pain happens if in same position too long?
Back pain: And lumps need to be evaluated by your doctor. He/she MAY refer you to a specialist. Additionally, please do a search on the net for John Sarno, MD, who adds a mind-body dimension dealing w/pain. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Have occasional lower back pain & sciatica. Choosing a bicycle to buy. Better position for my back? Road (lowered position) vs hybrid (upright)
Hybrid probably: With back conditioning exercise, any bike design could work. To start out, hybrid or recumbent bikes are likely more ergonomic; you may switch to road design later if you want speed, or just stay with a comfortable design. Good luck! ...Read more
I have been bleeding from my rectum for about a week now coupled with lower back pain. Each day the amount of blood has increased. Any suggestions?
See your doctor: The two symptoms may be unrelated, but continual recatl bleeding is definitely abnormal and needs to be checked by a physician. ...Read more
I had nuclear medicine scan and was told I had an increased ischium vertabrae. Is that cause of severe lower back pain?
I had a nuclear medicine scan and was told I had an increased ischium vertabrae. Can this cause severe lower back pain?
Maybe: Sounds like you had a nuclear medicine bone scan. An abnormal finding on this study could certainly help identify the cause of low back pain. The term "ischium vertebrae" is not commonly used, I have not run across it before. Would get clarification from the person who interpreted your scan so you can more clearly know what is going on. The ischium is a pelvic bone separate from the vertebra. ...Read more
What causes bad back pain and stiffness in the morning? I have even got a new memory foam mattress and there is no change. Mid and lower back pain.
See doctor: Most likely musculoligamentouss and a good back excercise/stretching program will help, but you should see an orthopedist to be examined and get at least x-rays to rule out other causes ...Read more
I have really bad lower back pain. It doesn't shoot down my leg or get numb. Hurts the worst when I stand up from a sitting position. What can it be?
Mechanical back pain: Back pain that doesn't radiate and gets worse after standing is usually musculoskeletal back pain. When we sit our iliopsoas muscles get tighter and then when we stand that tightness causes pain. Usually, a back extension program is a quick and easy fix. But see your doctor for treatment options. ...Read more
Sharp lower back pain for 3 weeks now only in certain positions for few sec and very mild body tingling but tht might be after I read abot spinal cancer?
What is the best position to sleep in? I have lower back pain and upper right back and neck pain?
Sleep: The simple answer is the position that produces least pain and discomfort. Ever person is different so I cannot tell what is good for you. One thing for certain make sure you have a comfortably bed and environment and adequate pillows and padding. ...Read more
I just had knee surgery on tuesday. The only semi comfortable position is on my back. What can I do to help the lower back pain?
If u can put your: Feet flat with your hips at 45degrees and your knees at 90 degrees (or there abouts) it will take pressure off your lower back. ...Read more
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