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I have a sharp pain in my lower back n the right side, right above my butt. It is a constant pain, its worse when I bend over, and stand too long. ?

I have a sharp pain in my lower back n the right side, right above my butt. It is a constant pain, its worse when I bend over, and stand too long. ?

Sacroilitis: Diagnosis: Your description is most likely a lumbar muscle strain, myofascial pain and or sacroiliac ligament strain. Home Treatment: Choose between Advil (ibuprofen) or IB, but don't take both. Follow dosage directions for all medications. Family Doctor: You would benefit from a trial of 'trigger point injections' and sacroiliac ligament injections. Call to make sure they do it. Chiropractic could help. ...Read more

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I am a power lifter and I was squatting and I had a sharp pain in my lower back on the right side, now when i lift my leg it hurts a lot?

Disc herniation?: It is possible that you injured a disc. There is risk with lifting heavy weights and back injuries. Take a rest from training and avoid lifting heavy items and especially twisting simultaneously. ...Read more

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I've been having really bad low back pain recently with sharp pain down back of left leg, specifically when bending over, lifting, or coughing. ?

I've been having really bad low back pain recently with sharp pain down back of left leg, specifically when bending over, lifting, or coughing. ?

This is most : consistent with a disc source of nerve compression or irritation although there can be other possibilities. The fact that you can increase the pain with bending & lifting & worsen the pain with coughing most likely to find a disc problem like a herniation or tear of the outer portion of the disc known as an annular tear. These can be treated non operatively 90% of the time. Start with your doctor ...Read more

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I have low back pain that radiates to my hip. It is a sharp pain, at times makes it difficult to move. Loss of feeling in low back skin as well?

Nerve impingement: Of the lower back. S a very common problem, affecting about 10-12% percent of the adult population in the us. Nerve impingement can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc or encroached upon by bony overgrowth. Rec.: see an interventional pain management specialist for further investigation. ...Read more