Migraine and lower back pain - Doctor answers
What's would be a reason for me to be nausea, migraine, and lower back pain. I have already had my monthly.
2 separate problems: Separate attention to these issues is needed. 1. Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made a professional and effective management is required. 2. Most people experience lower back pain at some time in their lives due to to a lot of mechanical stress and strain. See your PCP for diagnosis and treatment. ...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
Woke up with a severe migraine that got worse with calf and lower back pain, tramadol did nothing. Blurred vision, dizzy, throbbing. Advice?
Many symptoms that-: -R not related, but the migraine, vision & I assume the throbbing is in Ur head. This needs 2 B evaled. Since a cerebral event can cause these. A neurologist is the place 2 start. If U R on BCPills & calf pain could also tie in with all symptoms except back pain. A CVA could come from DVT. A MRA of the brain may B indicated. It's a young age, but women in this age group mid 20's-mid 2 late 30's. ...Read more
Likely unrelated: I think the symptoms in the leg and the head are separate even though they may be occurring simultaneously. The leg symptoms may be related to a disc compression some of the nerves that go down the leg. This may be more prominent in certain positions. Leg symptoms also may be due to referred pain from muscle or a disc. Also, not all headaches are migraines so it is important to have them evaluated. ...Read more
I have sever lower back pain vomiting chills or extremely sweating migrain what's could be wrong with me im 22 no signs of having anything eles?
Severe lower back pain. Limbs are weak. Migraine. & feeling hot. Breathing out hot air. What may be the cause & or treatment?
I have had a migraine for 2 weeks with nausea, pain in my abdomen and lower back, pain in the base of my skull, sensitivity to light. What should l do?
Severe migraine for one month can it cause chest pain lower back pain & nausea I am also dizzy & I see flashing lights dry mouth?
Call 911!: Call 911 (or have someone drive you to your pcp, the hospital or a 24/7 medical facility) and have this checked out immediately. While it could be a combination of several different and non life threatening problems, chest pain alone warrants immediate attention! It's always better to be safe than sorry. ...Read more
Frequent nausea, migraines, missed periods, low back pain fatigue! Ongoing for several years! Diagnosed with pcos but still no relief w/ meds!
PCOS migraine: Complicated. Migraines can make nausea and run in families. There are treatments to help attacks as well as reduce likelihood of episodes. Pcos is more complicated. For good information go to http://www.Hormone.Org/diseases-and-conditions/womens-health/polycystic-ovary-syndrome. ...Read more
Vague: Left low back pain. Radiate into leg? Most painful movement? Injury? Illness? Sudden? Long time? Age? With just the question to go on, what is likely in the left lower back area with no leg radiation? Could be your left sacroiliac joint or your left l5s1 facet joint or even early shingles. ...Read more
Conservative first.: Big question. Whole books are written on this subject alonbe. Conservative treatments like pt, exercise, ice/heat, short rest, are all good for mild acute pain. But if pain becomes severe or chronic, then you need to find out what is wrong. Prescription meds, injections in different areas of the spine are viable options. Don't jump into surgery. ...Read more
Most cases I see are due to sitters disease or gait (ex; foot position). But you need to identify the origin and rule out more serious causes. Any neurologic issues like numbness in the legs, no muscle weakness, no fever, no urinary pain, fever, genital discharge, acute trauma, insect bites, etc
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These can be related: The heel pain and improper support or gait can be contributing to your low back pain. Try changing to more supportive footwear. Also start a light stretching program for legs and feet. If you have any radiation of pain from back to legs, see your doctor sooner than later. A thorough history and physical is necessary to say what exactly is going on, but this could be a good start. Hope it helps! ...Read more
I am a functional movement specialist. Most cases I see are due to sitters disease or gait (ex; foot position). But you need to identify the origin and rule out more serious causes. Any neurologic issues like numbness in the legs, no muscle weakness, no fever, no urinary pain, fever, genital discharge, acute trauma, insect bites, etc
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Depends upon cause: Lower back pain is very common problem most often it is due to over use or strain of muscles and gets better with rest moist heat back exercises over the counter medications like Motrin or aleve (naproxen) occasionally it can come from serious condition like infection of the disc space or herniated disc which may even require surgery so it depends on the cause of the pain and duration of pain good luck. ...Read more
Depends: Most episodes of low back pain improve within1-2 weeks when treated with anti-inflammatory medication, short term rest (about 24 hrs), and resuming ambulation. Severe cases (continuing pain, leg pains, weakness, neurologic symptoms, bowel/bladder issues) may be a sign of more serious problems and require a physician consultation. ...Read more