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Lumbar facet syndrome on left side. Small rounds lumps that are movable in same area. What are they? Spine also has bump I can feel in bone.
Facets: The lumbar facets are deep in the back on the lateral portion of the spine. They can not usually be felt . What you do feel may be some isolated areas of spasm. If the bump you feel is in the center it is the spinous process of the vertebrae which sticks out and I'd readily felt ...Read more
My spine right in the middle of my back is curved a bit outwards, like a 15 CM bump. It's -rarely- painful. What exercises can I do to correct it?
Yes, some at the ---: Lower end of the neck, is very prominent bump, in a thin, skinny person. Its called the vertebra prominens (7th cervical vertebra). Seen easily in young growing kids or in adults who are rather skinny. Have it seen by your pcp, if its something you recently developed. Good luck. ...Read more
I have a small bump on my back near my spine. It feels like a boulder pressing down on my spine. It really hurts and I am in constant pain.
There's a bump on my spine near my neck. I'm worried should I get it checked out. What could it be?
Spine?: If you are thin, it is probably the spinous process of the vertebral body which is part of your spine. If you are having pain, then it would be wise to have your doctor examine you. Good luck. ...Read more
I popped my back two weeks ago hurt my back couldn't move for a couple days. Sence been hurting on/off. Noticed painful bump on my spine what is it?
Need more info: its near impossible to diagnose what you have without a proper examination X-rays, and possibly a CT or MRI of the spine. This sounds traumatic, but the severity of the trauma to the vertebrae, discs, and spinal cord cannot be evaluated without more information. Go see an ortho-spine doc ASAP ...Read more
I'm a female that's still in school, for the past few months, I've had a small, seemingly immovable and painless bump on my lowerback, near my spine.
Get it checked: It could be normal anatomy that you have not noticed previously. This is common among adolescents and teenagers as their body is developing from childhood to adulthood. However, not having the advantage of being able to see and feel this bump it is very difficult to judge. It could also be a mild congenital anomaly that has become noticeable. You could have a doctor evaluation this, to be sure. ...Read more
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