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Pulsating Pain In Lower Back
See you PCP: There are many causes of back pain in the lower back depending on what you mean by exertion. As we get older, our back which have been subjected to stress and strain by just nearing the weight of the whole, can also be from osteoarthritis , a degenerative disease. A sudden pain could be due to a herniated disc so it is wise to see your pcp and have it x-rayed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Throbbing pulsating back pain from lower 2middle back. 36 weeks preg. 1 CM dialated@last app. Some tighten in lower stomach.3 prev preg. Pain always ?
Braxton-Hicks vs the: real deal...You're a pro: 3 prior pregnancies. You will dilate relatively quickly/painlessly (presuming No C-section/VBAC). 1cm at 36 weeks with lower belly tightening & back pain means you're getting ready. You may want to start weekly visits for cervical checks, but you have to balance the infection risk. Discuss w/ OB. When fundus (top belly) starts to contract, it's time for L&D. Will be fast. ...Read more
I have right side just going into lower back. It started with a sharp pain on my rightbside , it is now a pulsating pain which gets worse when i move?
Varies: There are multiple potential causes, I would not hesitate to be seen. The liver, gall bladder, right lower lung, and the lining of the lung, the ribs and the intercostal muscles are all in that area and can potentially cause pain. A detailed history, exam, and appropriate studies can usually determine the cause. ...Read more
Yoga brings HUGE relief to my lower back. However is it normal to experience some tingling and pulsating in lower back (with no pain)after stretches?
Pain in base of right lower back.Pulsating pain in upper right thigh and near pelvic bone in abdomen..Are all these related or due to different causes?
Musculoskeletal: Twenties female with pain pattern of unilateral low back pain, anterior thigh pain and pain in region of anterior iliac region likely has sacroiliac joint disorder, possibly from injury and/or joint hypermobility syndrome (jhs). An osteopathic doctor would be best specialist to evaluate. Review brighton criteria for jhs. ...Read more
47 yr old male. No smoke. Yes exercise. Suddenly experiencing relentless pulsating headache and sore lower back/upper legs. Several days now. No sleep?
Pulsing pain in very small specific region of the thigh, feels like pain in a vein & pain in lower back above left hip, stretching makes it worse?
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