What is the difference between muscle pain and nerves pain? Because recently I have lower back pain but it feels like a shock

Ache vs. Sharp. Typically muscle pain is more of a aching soreness and nerve pain typically feels sharp, stabbing, burning, cold-like, shocking , electric-like, etc... Hope that helps.

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Vitd 14.vit B12 1000.Taking B12 shots monthly. Still have fatigue nerve and muscle pain.29yr male. Have Lower back pain n ibs. All tests normal. Plz help?

B12 is just fine. Who told you that B12 shots would make you UNfatigued. Obviously didn't work for you....for some people they actually do feel more energeized. There are really no studies to support or absolutely refute the claim but I can tell you that your symptoms are likely not due to either Vit. D nor B12 deficiency. Of course, if your Vit. D is really 14 (and depending which one) then, that's way too low. Read more...
D is low and... If Vit D is 14 that is low enough to cause back & joint pains & reduce immune function. See http://tinyurl.com/2chkcer Many with "normal thyroid" tests are still hypothyroid- see http://tinyurl.com/6mcwvzy & http://www.nahypothyroidism.org/how-accurate-is-tsh-testing/ There are many other possible causes for your symptoms- infections like Lyme, food allergies, heavy metal toxicity.etc.See comment: Read more...

I have lower back pain and need to know if its spine or muscle pain. How to tell what it is?

Could be both. Best way to answer that question is to get a good examination after someone listens to your history about the pain. Usually if there is a spinal problem, there will be muscle changes associated with it. Figuring that out will help define best treatment options. Read more...
Back pain. The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... If your pain persists, seek help from a health care provider. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation to identify the cause of the pain. Read more...

Severe lower back pain, over year, lay down on hard surface and it cracks without moving a muscle, pain lessens significantly, must do daily, 23yr fm?

One year? Time to get examined and xrays. I would advise orthopedic evaluation. Read more...
Ligament need repair. When the same part of a back always 'cracks' w/ just relaxing on a floor it means that when standing, sitting, bending, etc. the ligaments which should 'check' or stop excessive motion like forward flexion are likely injured or overstretched.Osteopathic manipulation w/ prolotherapy can often heal the ligament so it can do its job.In my experience, after a year, ligaments rarely heal on their own. Read more...

I am taking 1 ml of vitamin D3 every 15 days orally. I experience severe lower back pain and muscle pain after taking it. Is it a side effect? And why

Vitamin D3. Vitamin d3 is usually prescribed along with calcium supplements. You may be having muscular pain due to calcium deficiency, as vitamin d3 alone will cause calcium absorption from bones. Talk to your doctor and discuss the treatment options. Read more...

I was recently taking muscle relaxers for lower back pain, but now I'm feeling upper-mid pain when I cough. Could it be a nerve problem?

Could be disc. If the upper-mid pain you have is in the upper mid back, worse when you move cough, bend or rotate the spine in that area, it may be a disc in the thoracic spine part of your back, a strain or sprained muscle. I'm not sure that it would be typical of a nerve problem (meaning a nerve disease), but we do feel pain because of our nerves, indicated a problem in that area. Read more...