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Will Walking On Sand Help Lower Impact Even More
Sand walking: Walking on sand verses pavement can be better (as in safer) for your joints as sand can provide your joints with more cushion if you walk with the same impact you use on pavement. Both surfaces have their pros and cons. Walking on sand can also test your balance and lower-leg stability. Stay focused, though, because if you are not careful you could roll an ankle or tweak a knee. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
I've pinched a nerve in my lower right side of my back twice in a month could it be something more causing it. The only thing I did wash was walk?
Get an exam: Good history and exam may determine where your pain may be coming from. Most back pain is usually easily treatable and you could seek out a good chiropractor and physical therapist to assess you. If symptoms persist and/or get worse then sometimes imaging is is order to take a look at your back. Start with physical exam first. Best wishes! ...Read more
Different reasons: I would need to have more history. Do you have history of injuries to the low back. Sometimes spinal stenosis is one condition that triggers low back pain with walking. Is the pain only in back or do you get numbness in the legs also? If so, neurogenic claudication could be part of the condition. Other possibilities: facet joint problem or the hip if the pain is noticed more on buttock area. ...Read more
Is 25 milligrams of zoloff for a man of 88 years too much? Does zoloff decrease any fears you may have - like for him - it is walking and falling.
NO: The lowest dose possible is 25mg and is a great starting dose for anyone and should be good for someone that is 88 yo as well. Always have to be careful at this age with falling. Should be safe at 25mg and take after food so settles on stomach. ...Read more
Rsd: Rsd or crps. Is scientifically sympathetic nervous system problem which is in control of circulation so that symptom is not surprising hopefully ur treatment is to maximize your activity level and functioning so that limb doesn't lose muscle etc ...Read more
Could be anything: It could so many things from just gas pains to bladder infection or a gynecological issue. I would need a lot more history to start including or excluding certain conditions. From what you're describing it appears to be severe so I suggest seeing a doctor today if possible. ...Read more
Can I still go walking for exercise with a bugling disk in my lower back, it doesn't hurt. Jogging really hurts?
Yes: Don't overdo it. Listen to u'r body. Mild stretching. Soft lumbar back support also beneficial which u can get at most pharmacies. Ice after the walk is also beneficial. ...Read more
I started having pain in my lower back left side yesterday, now its severe and walking is extremely painful.
It could b muscle: Strain, kidney infection etc. Follow up with your dr. ...Read more
Is walking ok for exercise if I cant do high impact due to disc issues? I have been told it's not a "real" workout
I have a pain on my right side on my lower back, what can it be? It hurts alot, when I sit down, walk, lay down, etc.
Sop many causes!: Can be caused by unilateral sacroiliitis, leg length discrepancy with mild compensatory scoliosis! muscle sprain. Unilateral facet arthritis. Pars defect. On and on. See a specialist in back pain, usually someone in rheumatology, physical medicine and rehabilitation, or and orthopedic surgeon! ...Read more
I have a strong pai on my lower back, it's so strong that I can't barely walk. I've had it for over a month. What is it?
Well past time to...: ...Figure it out! See your dr / urgent care / er dr / orthopedist for history, exam, imaging (if needed), and medications to see if your situation can be improved! If difficulty walking is or might be from muscle weakness and not just pain/spasm in back, then go to er asap. ...Read more
My lower right back has been hurting for 6 weeks and whenever I get up it hurts and I can't walk good should I go to the emergency room?
Not to the emergency room: Emergency rooms are for people with life threatening problems. Chronic back pain needs one doctor for a long period of time and managing your therapy. Emergency department Docs work shifts and do not follow patients over multiple visits. Therefore go to a family physician, or you may directly call a physiatrist or an orthopedic surgeon for your care. Or just Google a back pain exercise program! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My lower left back is really hurting from a twisting workout move yesterday. It sometimes hurts to walk. What should I do to alleviate the pain?
Standing completely still causes HR to race (100-110s) but if I gently start to walk it will lower (70s-80s). Uncomfortable to stand still. Causes?
??? UHm: Your hear rate should increase when you start an activity as your muscles are using up oxygen which has to be brought to the muscle by the blood coming from the heart. If the opposite is happening, get an evaluation. But start out by going to your primary care physician who may be able to handle this problem without sending you to a specialist ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had right lower ab pain for two days and it hurts to walk but doesn't when I'm sitting. I have no other symptoms. What should I do and be?
Get evaluated: Appendicitis unlikely but maybe ovarian torsion or muscle pull. You need to be evaluated thoroughly by a good clinician who takes a good history and physical exam. If testing is necessary, the history and physical will guide him/her in making up his/her mind in what to do but you need to do more than a'net consult in 400 spaces. ...Read more
My BP at rest was 113/80, but was 143/93, immediately high after walking at walmart. The lower number is supposed to not raise much right? Any danger?
To a point: The human body is designed./evolved to be 90 + % vegan vegetarian (anything once in a while), with low % body fat, exercising a great deal till you can see where the muscles meet the muscles on the abdomen. These are the best ways to lower cholesterol naturally. Meds can also help but should be second choice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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