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Stop low back pain, shots don't work, don't want opiods, tired of 24/7 pain? Besides a bullet, ideas? This isn't a life.

Stop low back pain, shots don't work, don't want opiods, tired of 24/7 pain? Besides a bullet, ideas? This isn't a life.

More info?: There are honest alternative therapies. Chiropractors, acupuncture, massage, hypnosis, yoga, meditation, etc. Psychotherapy can help w/ skills to accept and avoid stress, lessen depression, anger, etc. There are more. None will make it all better, but all might help you live. Best! ...Read more

Dr. Eric Weisman
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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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Hi i'm 21 year old, I have low back pain and the main problem is i pay lots game like cricket, football and etc, i get tired very soon if i run.

Hi i'm 21 year old, I have low back pain and the main problem is i pay lots game like cricket, football and etc, i get tired very soon if i run.

Back pain: It is possible a strain back muscle. Remember to do proper stitching before, during and after exercise. Also, warm up (gradually increase the level of intensity of the exercise). Regarding tiredness, may want to discuss with your physician to make sure you do not lack of a vitamin or hormone (thyroid). Hope you feel well soon. ...Read more

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Swollen feet for a week at the end of day. last 2 days it wont go away and its now all the way to knees. Feel very tired and low back pain Any advice?

See a doctor now: You need to see a doctor now than later.you are retaining fluid that can be due either to kidney or heart disease. ...Read more

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12dpo, Cramps, bloated, tired/sleepy, low back pain. Tested 1x w/very faint line held up to light. 2nd test no line. Am i preg?

12dpo, Cramps, bloated, tired/sleepy, low back pain. Tested 1x w/very faint line held up to light. 2nd test no line. Am i preg?

No: Sometimes, one can have a delayed period from other causes like stress or illness. This is usually associated with bloating and or cramps. If there is fever, please see a doctor. Back pain may be related to having a hormonal cyst that will resolve spontaneously. Be patient. If pain is worsening or you feel faint or dizzy please see a doctor. ...Read more

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Wbc 14000, neu at 10000, mono and lymph elevated. Menst cycle extra heavy, low back pain, edema in lower extrem, fatigue-all for 1 yr. What's wrong?

Wbc 14000, neu at 10000, mono and lymph elevated. Menst cycle extra heavy, low back pain, edema in lower extrem, fatigue-all for 1 yr. What's wrong?

Well: It seems someone saw you to examine you since you had an order for bloodwork. You need to go back to doctor for further evaluation. The white blood count is elevated and you need to account for this and then address the issue ...Read more

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If i'm ANA + aren't i ANA positive regardless of the ratio? Then add hlab27+ rf - ESR 25 inflam low back pain iritis and fatigue. Must be auto immune?

Likely yes,,: Your positive antibodies and a history of low back pain, iritis, and fatigue suggest an auto-immune disorder, most likely on the order of ankylosing spondylitis, which can give this presentation. The ANA may suggest something else also but may be due to the autoimmune nature of the spondylitis, as may the ESR which isn't particularly high but is elevated and can indicate temporal arteritis. ...Read more

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