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Lower Back Pain When Lying Down
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
Bladder & lower back pain when lying down only. Fine when standing. Feeling like a have to pee and then can't, but will also pee 2-4 times per night?
Get evaluated. : The combination of back pain a change in urinary habits and frequency could have a neurologic link and should be assessed as soon as possible. Your physician, based on a detailed history, physical exam, and tests may be able to find out if there is a relationship between your symptoms, and ways to improve them. Don't delay and see your physician. ...Read more
Have lower back pain when lying down & butt hurts when walking. Pain eases when I lie down and lift up my feet up.
LBA under 30: I assume there is no radiation so this points to localized lesions in a "youngster." See your doctor for an x-ray -most likely spondylolisthesis-a developmental instability in the 4th or 5th lumbar vertebra. Less likely is arthritis from old injury or a birth defect. Even less likely in NZ is discitis from a dirty needle. Poor posture is usually to minor to write about. Check 4 ankylosing spondy ...Read more
Lower back pain worse when lying down. Worse when sitting. Located almost in buttocks. Does not radiate. What could it be? Is ice or heat better?
Pelvis joint: Female with low back pain & sciatica worse sitting/lying likely has unilateral sacroiliac joint subluxation; whereby lumbar nerves are tugged & impinged where they exit lumbar vertebra foramina. Sacroiliac joint instability is highly associated with sciatica. See comments: ...Read more
Lower back pain over buttocks. Worse when lying down or sitting. What could it be? Is ice or heat better? Don't remember doing anything to cause it
Arthritis/stenosis: This could just be some arthritis of the back. In an acute injury it is technically better to use ice. If no injury, then which ever of ice or heat helps. You could also have some stenosis (just means narrowing) irritating (pinching) a nerve causing the buttock pain. If it doesn't get better on its own after a week or two consider doing some physical therapy to strengthen your core and back. ...Read more
Is lower burning back pain when lying down only(lasts about 10 minutes) and off and eye twitch daily for month from rrms or something else?
Not Connected?: From the little information that you have given, it seems that these two symptoms are not connected. To be certain, please ask the question and supply additional information as to why you think these are connected. As well, please explain what rrms means. ...Read more
Sorry, off and on eye twitching every day for past month and lower burning back pain when lying down, relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis?
Let's analyze: The eye twitching could be ocular myokymia, due to eyestrain, fatigue, stress, chemical imbalance, and the back pain may be due to degenerative spondylosis, or a disc issue. You list ampyra, (dalfampridine) a drug used to improve walking in ms patients, but do not list other ms disease modifiers. Do you in fact have ms? Maybe, your neurologist can sort this out if indeed you do.. ...Read more
Curvature: Could be curvature of the lower spine or your pelvic tilt angle. If it persists, see your family md for xrays and evaluation. Stretching and strengthening exercises can always help. ...Read more
Severe lower back pain and tightening that relieves after walking but resumes after sitting or lying down for a few minutes or more.
Muscle Spasm: Pain with sitting typically stresses the disk in the lumbar spine (lower back). This is often relieved with standing or sitting as there is less pressure on the disk in these positions. Younger patients will often have only back symptoms without sciatica if they have a disc herniation. If your pain is truly severe and not getting better, that deserves an evaluation by a spine or pain specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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