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Lower Back Pain Next To Spine
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
Cause: Need to determine cause of pain. Likely muscle strain which will hurt more with movement, but could be kidney infection which would cause typically urinary complaints or fever, could be early appendicitis too but would think would have pain in front right too. Other possible is shingles which would eventually result in a rash. ...Read more
Back pain: Any injury? Previous episodes? More info is needed. See a doctor or perform a virtual consult to better help you. ...Read more
I've been having some lower back pain, in my spine, and, i'd like it if you could tell me what kind of backbrace I could use to help reduce pain.?
Don't use one:
I know this isn't the answer you're wanting but I almost never recommend a back brace. I think only one patient actually, and this was a older gentleman that promised to just use it with certain activities.
The problem arises because the spinal brace takes over the need for your own abdominal and lumbar muscles and they therefore just get weaker and stabilize the spine even less. ...Read more
I've a minimal scoliosis, dextroconvex 5degree & levonconvex 7degree. I wonder why I'm having consisteng back, spine, lower back pain everyday? : (
Non specific lumbago: Common benign human malady see primary care to begin initial eval look for objective evidence of a treatable painful condition the mild scoliosis is a "red herring" most are benign temporay and non disabling muscular pains ttendernes on exam or with massage denotes muscular pain etiology read dr john sarno's book in back pain if work up is negative ...Read more
Why fusing?: Is your spine fusing from surgery? Ankylosing spondylitis? Severe scoliosis? How old are you? These things all impact on what you may or may not be able to do. Learning little things that you can do then bring some improvement and doing more of those... Becoming aware of things you do that make it worse and avoiding those things is the underlying principle in dealing with back pain. ...Read more
Extreme lower back pain kinda towards the middle, like on top of spine, feels better if I press on it. Should I worry?
Depends: It depends if you have been involved in some type of trauma, then I would see a physician. If it is local, then it should get better with time. If not getting better, then see a physician for further work-up. ...Read more
13 year old with extreme lower back pain and when she stretches she fells like part of her spine pops back into place. Why is this?
See a Physician: Lower back pain is pain that originates from the muscles, nerves, bones, joints or other structures in the spine. The problem may be a simple nuisance but may require urgent medical attention. It is a good idea to see a physician for an evaluation, tests and imaging. See a Physician. ...Read more
I have chronic mid lower back pain, it almost feels like my spine I don't believe its a disc but are there any suggestions on what I should do?
Back pain in young: Young patients rarely need further evaluation for back pain as it is usually self-limiting. For mild symptoms, muscle pains are most common. Consider also disc herniation which may cause pain without sciatica. Stress fracture occurs in 5% of the population without any symptoms. If symptoms persist, then see your doc for a more specific evaluation. ...Read more
Seems I can't get help/relief lower back pain. What can cause knots all around lower back&on lower spine. Extreme pain most of the time, seldom relief
Muscle spasm: Knots in the lower back are often areas of muscle spasm. These spasms are often "reacting" to an area of deeper damage or inflammation such as a disc problem. Getting an accurate diagnosis is the first step. Meds, physical therapy, improving posture, modifying activities, injections & chiropractic care are options. If I can help, then join my care team at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-clarkeholmes ...Read more
Many possibilities: Rqnging from: si joint, hip joint, or spinal. Less likely a referred pain from another organ system likea kidney stone. Spine conditions like: muscular, facet joint, disc origin, arthritis, spinal instability to name a few. If it persists past several weeks or progresses, see your physician. ...Read more
I have lower back pain constantly and all my spine hurts to the right side of my back. What does this sound like?
Low back pain: Difficult to diagnose where 'always' pain comes from. Finding a good doctor is important if pain lasts for more than three months. Please see one of the orthopedic spine docs at thomas jefferson, rothman institute. Pain next to the spine comes usually from muscle spasm, and muscle relaxers with walking and stretching exercises can help tremendously. U need a diagnosis first, though! Good luck! ...Read more
Woke up this morning with lower back pain either side of spine. Painkillers usually work but haven't really hurts now.?
I am 17 with constant lower back pain. Right where my hips and spine meet across that are. What does this mean and what should I do about it?
Proper evaluation: There are any number of things that can cause pain in that area. You need a through evaluation by an orthopaedists. ...Read more
My dad has degradation of his lower spine with lower back pain sometimes very bad. I have the same kind of pain. Could this be happening to me at 19?
Hard to say: It's true that certain forms of arthritis are genetically passed in families. If you are having exactly the same low back pain symptoms as your father had at a young age & there's no other reason why this should be the case in you & if studies can be shown to be positive then, it's possible you may have a heretable form of problem. Again, your seeing a doctor for your symptoms should be Job 1. ...Read more
I have noticed a 1" diameter, slightly visible lump on the right side of my lower back closer to my spine versus my side. The lump seems soft and it can be moved around alittle. Recently, I have started experiencing lower back pain at times. Could it be c
Likely lipoma: Lipoma (benign fatty tumors) or other benign growth and tumors are likely. Any new or changing lumps should be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
Should I seek a physical exam regarding my lower back pain? Yesterday I woke up with lower back pain (mostly on the right side of my back, but it feels like the pain is coming from mostly the spine area). I do a lot of careful strength training. I am used
The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement. ..
You might benefit from heat pads, exercise, massage.
If your pain is not improved, you should seek help from a pain management doctor. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Exercise: Ur 2 questions may be related. Strengthen your stomach muscles. Gentle, short crunches. If you don't hurt ur back worse, ur stomach muscles can act as a brace for ur back. Time usually heals back pain, but, if it worsens have it checked out. Antidepressants are often used for panic attacks. They may also help ur back pain. Sometimes they need supplementing with intermittent anti-anxiety rx. ...Read more
Extreme lower back pain is an every day issue. Was told by a hospital a few months ago I had lower spine degeneration. What's do I do for it?
My 15 year old son has lower back pain, but no injury. He says it hurts at the base of his spine when he sits and sometimes has pain in one leg.?
Time 4 medical eval.: Spondylolysis (a stress fracture or congenital defect of the pars portion of the spine) is one possible cause of low back pain in this age group. Spondylolysthesis, a condition where one vertebrae slips off the one below can be present as well and both conditions can be associated with leg pain. There are other possibilities of course, but the point is it is time to see an orthopaedic surgeon. ...Read more
I'm 17 years old, have a lot of lower back pain and have a right curve in my upper spine. Have an appt in october, but what is the likely treatment?
Lately I have been having lower back pain. I was born without a bone at the bottom of my spine and every now and than it causes a lot of pain. Help?
See Spine Specialist: Many people have anatomical variances in their spine like you, however not everyone of those people has or will have pain. Since this has been bothering you enough, I would suggest seeing a pain ; spine specialist to see what exactly is bothering you to see what they can do to help with your pain. ...Read more
Lower back pain since 2008. chiro. Helped with sciatica. Can't ease the chronic lower spine pain for longer than 5 days. When should I seek more help?
I was openin the boot to my husbands car to grab something and the boot slammed on to my back and I'm in so much pain, neck, spine and lower back pain?
May need x-ray: If not feeling better within a few hours of such an injury you probably need to be checked by a medical professional. ...Read more
Lower back pain for a week, today worse with sharp pain and taking deep breath. Was on the right side of the spine now right and left. What can it be?
Pinched Nerve: Sounds like you have a pinched nerve in your back. I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether. ...Read more
I'm suffering from lower back-pain presumably caused by a small, moveable lump I can feel between my skin and my spine. The pain has been occurring for about 2 weeks now and is getting more severe with time. What can this be and how can I treat it?
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