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Dr. Katharine Cox
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Low Back Pain (Definition)

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


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Over month after unprotected sex some lower back pain but staying active. Only symptom as well as a cough for 2 wks. Worrying too much about std?

Over month after unprotected sex some lower back pain but staying active. Only symptom as well as a cough for 2 wks. Worrying too much about std?

Get Checked!: Why worry? See your doctor, and get checked. If you luck out, and didn't "catch" anything, please learn from the experience, and...Use protection next time.

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Odorless colorless discharge. No pain or burning. But leg and lower back pain (not a lot) I had unprotected sex 2 weeks ago. Is this a sign of STD?

Odorless colorless discharge. No pain or burning. But leg and lower back pain (not a lot) I had unprotected sex 2 weeks ago. Is this a sign of STD?

Could be: With your set of symptoms, it is possible that there is an STD at some stage, but there may be something else going on such as a UTI or a musculoskeletal problem. You should definitely see your doctor and discuss the symptoms. At the very least, a good history, exam, and urine test will help answer some of your questions.

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Lower back pain. Can't tell if it's muscular or kidneys. 21, active. Slight testicle ache. Std test clean. Ideas? Can I drink a glass or two of wine?

Lower back pain. Can't tell if it's muscular or kidneys. 21, active. Slight testicle ache. Std test clean. Ideas? Can I drink a glass or two of wine?

Wine should be okay: The bigger issue is the diagnosis. Most back pain in young people is muscular. However it is good you are aware other organ systems can produce back pain. Thus before we tell you to have a wine which you have to be careful w/given the Asprin you take, see a primary care or sports MD who can evaluate you with a good exam and likely refer you to PT presuming tests including an MRI and EMG are normal.

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Lower back pain in different spots. Slight burning when urinating/ejaculating. Testicle ache. Std test clear. 21, active. Worried about prostate cancer?

Not likely: Based upon your information it seems as though the low back pain and pain running down your leg may be related to the same orthopedic process for which your doctor might order an MRI. Sounds like you have prostatitis which is associated with the burning on ejaculation and urination. Check with your family doctor about this. Which might require antibiotics

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2 wk ago small amount brown vag discharge 1 wk ago small pink dot on tp Today 1 day late period low back pain small amount pink on tp Pregnant or std?

2 wk ago small amount brown vag discharge 1 wk ago small pink dot on tp Today 1 day late period low back pain small amount pink on tp Pregnant or std?

You must get test: If you are worred about pregnancy....you must get tested. If you are worried about an STD.....you must get tested and then, all partners treated if you are positive. But my first move would be the pregnancy test..

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I've been tested for all infections and STDs and I'm fine. This last 4 days I've had period like cramps, lower back pain and thick clear discharge?

I've been tested for all infections and STDs and I'm fine. This last 4 days I've had period like cramps, lower back pain and thick clear discharge?

Cervical mucous?: Thick clear discharge is usually from the cervical glands. This can be from an ovulation or from a blocked gland on the cervix that released it's contents. It would be fine to keep an eye on it for a few more days but if symptoms increase or persist, an exam by a gynecologist would be most helpful.

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Lower abdominal pain lower back pain multiple pregnancy symptoms multiple negative urine test no blood tests milky discharge all STDs cleared a help!

See a family doctor: These symptoms are too vague to even prompt a guess, and you definitely need to be examined. Remember, answers on healthtap aren't intended for individual treatment, prescription or diagnosis.

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What can cause lower back pain?

See below: The list of individual conditions is too long. We can basically divide causes into 3 broad categories: boney causes, muscular causes and nerve causes.

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What can cause lower back pain?

Weight: Over weight. Sedentary work and strenuous activity

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What can cause lower back pain? I'm only 16

What can cause lower back pain? I'm only 16

Bad posture: At your age the common reasons for the back pain are improper shoes, bad posture for walking or sleeping or getting injured. So relax and use flat shoes for few days. Exercise and don't take any meds. Stretching will be very beneficial for you. Good luck.

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Constipation cause lower back pain?

Yes it can: It is one of many bowel & renal causes. All other causes should b ruled out first, including side effects of some drugs. I am excluding intrinsic back causes. B cn by ur pcp as a start and go from there.

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Can hard stool cause lower back pain?

Can hard stool cause lower back pain?

Possible: Yes, constipation can cause back pain. Your physician needs to rule other causes: arthritis, herniated disk, kidney stones, and many others. See your physician.

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Can sports hernia cause lower back pain?

No: But sometimes low back problems involving the upper lumbar spine can refer pain to the groin area (and be mistaken for a hernia)...

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Can a sports hernia cause lower back pain?

Not usually: Sports hernia usually causes lower abdominal or groin pain.

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Straining to defecate cause lower back pain?

Straining to defecate cause lower back pain?

Back Strain: Straining to defecate or bearing down is called the valsalva maneuver and does increase intradiscal pressure. This may relate to disc pathology like a herniated disc or a disc tear.

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