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Lower Back Pain Not Muscular
Radiculopathy: Not sure how long you have the symptoms; if it is less than 6 weeks you should see your doctor for possible steroid pack
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
6mos post lami. Localized left lower back pain, feels muscular. Hurts when twist and extend. Dr. Wants facet rhizo. Muscles? Pain when I stretch. Mri?
Possibilities: In addition to pain management, especially if it's not helping, I would talk to your surgeon about getting new imaging. I would consider getting dynamic xrays to rule out any new instability. I don't know if MRI would add much if you aren't having leg symptoms.See 1 more doctor answer
Yes you could: Kidney pain is severe and occurs in waves. Pain experienced in the lower back to the left and right of spine and above the hips. Back pain; dull and continuous pain becoming worse with movement. Injury to back caused by mild sprains to severe cases of slip discs, cancer etc. Pain predominant in the back due to problems in muscles, nerves, bones and joints of the spinal cord. Thank you.See 1 more doctor answer
Hi. I have lower back pain inthe back left area. Sometimes it feels muscular. Other time more kidney pain. Hurts when I turn over in bed. I have a son?
Common symptom: As youi might expect it could be musculoskletal or kidney related. You need to see your family physician to diagnose the problem.
See your doctor: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you.
I have muscular vibration on left tighy and right leg. In some time And I have lower back pain....
I have been having lower back pain for a few months that I believe is muscular. I am fairly active and I have had some dull testicular pain.?
Worrisome!: It is not fair to you for you to assume you only have a back ache. If you have associated symptoms and especially if they don't normally go together, you should have a thorough history and exam by your pcp or qualified practicioner and get an answer or start of one. There are many things to consider with your history. Some may be benign but there are some worrisome ones as well. Get it checked.See 1 more doctor answer
I have severe lower back pain & went to my GP - said muscular spasm. He prescribed panamor & panado which don't help. Any other recommendations?
Lower back pain, pain regulating and not fixed at a point, , probably muscular pain, should I quit gyming. Doing only body weight excersices.
Not enough info: How long has the pain been present? It is impossible to answer your question without determining the exact cause of the pain.See 3 more doctor answers
Really bad lower back pain. Dr said I think was muscular but pain is radiating down hips. Aside from this been getting a lot of heart palpitatiions?
Persevere. ItWillPass: Back pain sucks! Big time. It's a plague of upright hominids and modern life. Stress. Sitting and driving too much. Not enough exercise/stretching. Bad posture, whatever. Yes it's probably muscular & you have age on your side. The palpitations could be from the pain and stress/sleep deprivation and/or any medications you're taking. Have faith you'll get better. It will take time and effort on your partSee 1 more doctor answer
I have muscular twiches in roght tigh and right leg some time. ...and lower back pain. I take xray doctr said no cap for bone 5 yrs take 4 bone mature?
Twiches: You should see a neurologist for this
I had a severe attack of lower back pain. Xray indicated no disc displacement and no bone lesion. But I m on bed and it seems to be muscular pain?
Muscularskeletal: X-ray is not an extremely useful tool here. Although there are other possibilities the most likely are an inflammation of what is called a facet joint, disc bulge or herniation, lumbar sprain or trigger points. I would begin treatment with drugs like advil (ibuprofen) which are ant inflammatory and analgesic, a muscle relaxant, physical therapy and possibly chiropractic care. An MRI to follow if needed.See 1 more doctor answer
Lower back pain. I didn't have before laminectomy 9 mos ago. Surgeon says MRI looks fine (no fractures, instability). Thinks its muscular. Possible?
Likely: After surgery, the muscles of the back weaken (much more if the surgery was extensive and muscles were cut to get to the spine). Starting pt as soon as the surgeon says it is safe will most likely improve the pain. Therapy should concentrate on back and core strengthening.
Lower back pain. Can't tell if it's muscular or kidneys. 21, active. Slight testicle ache. Std test clean. Ideas? Can I drink a glass or two of wine?
Wine should be okay: The bigger issue is the diagnosis. Most back pain in young people is muscular. However it is good you are aware other organ systems can produce back pain. Thus before we tell you to have a wine which you have to be careful w/given the Asprin you take, see a primary care or sports MD who can evaluate you with a good exam and likely refer you to PT presuming tests including an MRI and EMG are normal.
I've been having low back pain around the kidney area, but experiencing no other symptoms. Is it most likely just muscular?
Spine Pain Options: This chronic pain in the distribution as you suggested is the result of an irritated nerve or facet joints or other injury typically in the spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease, etc requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist and may be candidate for facet injections/radiofrequency ablation and epidural steroid injection.See 2 more doctor answers
Low back pain, hurts on movement on spine and tender to touch has been 4 months X-ray normal? Muscular? Suggestions
Muscular: I always attribute tenderness to muscular etiology