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Throbbing Pain In Lower Back
Probably not fatal!: There are a lot of causes of low back pain. If this has persisted for more than a day or two you should probably go see your doctor. The list of possible causes if quite long but it would be highly unlikely at your age that this would be something fatal! don't worry but do get it checked out. It is probably something fairly easy to treat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do I have a throbbing pain in my lower back by my sciatic nerve after a chriopractor adjustment?
See below: Possible injury from manipulation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Whenever i cough there is a throbbing pain in the lower back of my skull that is so painfull i can't think this has been going on for three days help!
Possible sinusitis: This can be due to an infection in the sphenoid sinus which is in back of the skull. If you've had a recent upper respiratory infection, this would be a likely cause of the headache. Discuss this with your physician who will order the appropriate tests and treatment as well as refer you to an otolaryngologist or neurologist depending on his/her assessment. In the meantime, stop smoking. ...Read more
I have had an MRI to establish the healing of my sacral fracture i now have throbbing pain in lower mid back with nausea is this connected ?
Passed a kidney stone about a month ago, still some throbbing pain in the left lower back area. Is this normal?
Residual pain: Kidney stones may be solitary or multiple. Kidney stones may fragment. As a stone passes, it often scrapes the ureter and causes bleeding. These rough irritations can cause ongoing pain, but ongoing pain is unusual. Ongoing pain suggests a second stone or a fragment of a stone. A urine analysis and culture and ultrasound are next steps. Forcing fluids up to 3-4 liters per day is essential. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?not connected: Throbbing neck pain and discomfort in the lower back shouldn't have any direct connection. If symptoms aren't relieved by tylenol (acetaminophen) or persist, have your physician check you for any inflammation in the neck muscles, nodes, thyroid, carotid artery, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Throbbing pain in lower head/neck area. Back left side only. It comes for a few seconds at a time, frequently. Feel as cracking my neck always.
Facet, disc,nerve: You may have irritated a higher cervical facet joint. Less likely you could have a cervical nerve root irritation or an occipital nerve irritation. Try gentle heating pads, ice, range of motion of your head and neck, gentle stretching, and go see your doctor to see if physiotherapy, medications like antiinflammatories, anti-spasmodics, nerve medications or injections may help you. Good luck. ...Read more
Mild throbbing pain in back of lower knee. Felt warm at times but can feel it more when i walk could it be a blood clot. Asking for my 14yr son?
I have burning throbbing pain in my right lower back/hip area. I had lower back surgery 1 1/2 years ago for this and other issues, but it did not help?
Followup: You might want to consider a followup appointment with your surgeon and/ or a second opinion. It really comes down to the specific cause for the pain you are having; it is at that point that appropriate treatment options can be chosen. ...Read more
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