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My Right Back Side Hurts
Many reasons. ..: Low right back pain can be a symptom of many different things, including muscle strain, arthritis, kidney infection, kidney stones, sciatica, or tumors. I'd suggest seeing your doctor for examination and further discussion to help figure out what exactly is the problem and what can and should be done about it. ...Read more
The last lower rib on my back, right side hurts. Constant dull to sharp pain. Seems to be getting worse over time. Is there a lymph node there, ideas?
Rib pain: Often just a twisted rib and not serious but sometimes a warning of something deeper. See you doc if a hot bath with epson salts added doesn't clear it up. ...Read more
My lower back head (right side) hurts and feels sore when I touch it. As if I got hit there. Only in one area. I'm not sure what causes. Help please.
Tendonitis?: Apply aspercreme 2 x aday and see what happens. ...Read more
Do a HPT and this will confirm PG
If you are having normal periods, and still have the symptoms, then a DR visit is in order ...Read more
I had sex with my boyfriend and then the day after, it doesn't hurt when I pee but it feels like you are pushing on a bruise towards the end of my pee. Well today my right side back/side has been hurting if I try to bend over or twist or anything like tha
See doctor: To see if you have an infection. ...Read more
Injured back at gym now my lower back right side is constantly hurting. I'd like to know what it can be because when I try massaging I can't feel pain.
Strain: Strain should heal with rest. Should get checked out to make sure it is nothing more serious like herniated disc. Rest. ...Read more
Not..: Certainly having any pain, including back pain, is not normal. However we need to know what other symptoms are you having, when did this start, did you suffer any injuries, are you having urinary symptoms, abdominal pain, etc? It is difficult to give you advise without having an answer to those basic questions. Follow up with your doctor for a check up and treatment. ...Read more
Several possiblities: Sounds muscle or vertebral dysf. Other considerations could be tumors, enlarged thyroid, swollen lymph nodes, etc.-all depending on location, duration, type of pain. A visit to your osteopathic dr would be in order. Since he/she has both md=style training as well as the ability to do all diagnostic tests, incl. Hands-on diagnosis & treatment, he can diagnose & often treat & cure your pain on the spot. ...Read more
Need more info: There are many things that can cause your pain. I would need to know if there was any injury like a fall or a blow to your back. Or a bad sprain. Kidney problems may also be thought of. Please make an appointment with your family physician to find out the answer to your question. ...Read more
Many things...: We would need more information in order to give you an accurate answer but possible causes: muscle spasm, nerve irritation, if there is a lump it could be inflamed or infected. It all depends on what other signs and symptoms you are having right now. If it is persistent you should see your doctor. ...Read more
SIJ: Unilateral middle/low back "pain & cracking" with movement in a teenage female arouses concern for sacroiliac joint, SIJ, subluxation. Vertebrae and disks do not elicit grossly audible sounds, but the SIJ does; as well as generate pain upon subluxation. An Osteopath is recommended. Study of Brighton Criteria for Hypermobility Syndrome is advised. If pain is chronic, proper diagnosis is necessary. ...Read more
Depends on reason: Simple therapies, like massage, cold or possibly gentle heat might help but if this persists, you should be evaluated to see if formal physical therapy is more appropriate or if there is something more worrisome. Use of simple analgesics if you can take, like and anti-inflammatory (ibuprofen or naprosyn) might be appropriate to try. If they don't help, seek assistance from practitioner. ...Read more
Many Things: Can cause these symptoms, from simple reflux, to gallbladder issues, so even more serious things like peptic or duodenal ulcers. Depending on how low the pain is, it could also be kidney issues, or even pancreatic problems. Going to a GI specialist might be the first place to start. They could look into your tummy, take biopsies, and see if you have h.Pylori, or any obvious defects. An us for gb. ...Read more
You're Normal: If you are not hurting and it doesn't hurt when your press that is normal, nothing to worry about. If you are in pain and can't find the pain when your press, then it suggests something deeper is the cause of your pain and needs further evaluation. ...Read more
Muscle strain.: Many of the muscles that are in the back of your neck extend further down your back. (trapezius, levator scapulae, rhomboids). So when you injure it, the pain can radiate further down. ...Read more
I woke up this morning with pain in one side of my back and it hurts whenever I move and breathe?
What does it mean when u have pain in the side and your back starts to hurt and get tired easily??
?: Can be multiple things. Should see your doc and Check it out. ...Read more
Why does the upper right side of my back hurt? It happened out of nowhere when I woke up this morning.
Muscle strain?: Possibly from sleeping in an awkward position. See if it improves through the day if not have a doctor examine you ...Read more
What would cause the middle of your back between your shoulder blades to hurt and your right side of your back to hurt?
Commonest cause of--:
Such backache is generally due to tiredness, muscle pull/strain, from regular day to day activities, either too much of a normal activity or some unusual one, which can happen to anyone.
Pain meds like a nsaid, applying heat/ice packs and regular stretching exercises woud all help.
If not improving, see your pcp for workup and appropriate treatment. ...Read more
I been having slot of pain on the lower right side. Hurts when I lay down. Sometimes pain in my lower back. What could it be?
I'm having pain in my upper right side towards my back. It hurts constantly. It hurts to bend, sit, stand twist, stretch etc..
For 2 days now every time I finish eating the right side of my waiste line hurts...pain is extended around onto my back. Help!!!
Concerning for: A gallbladder issue/attack. Have you ever experienced this before? How long does the pain last? Is it worse with more fatty meals or is it just as intense no matter what you eat? If this continues you may need a proper exam and possibly even imaging like an abdominal ultrasound. Consider a visit to your primary care doctor for proper evaluation. ...Read more
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