I am having severe lower back pain what is wrong?

Unsure. This complaint is too broad. This can be pain from the back, muscles kidney or bowel. Possibly even more.
Cannot say. Really impossible to say without a history and physical examination. That is why you should see your doctor and if he/she doesn't know they can send you to a specialist to try and figure it out.

Related Questions

29 with severe lower back pain, pain in my legs& my whole right side, had Doppler test & no bloodclots were found in my legs. What else could be wrong?

Leg and back pain. It seems your are experiencing nerve compression in your lower back. Doppler and Ultrasound will not pick this up. You need a neurological work up. This can be done with a back specialist, neurologist, or pain management specialist. Read more...
Could be sciatica. have you seen orthopedist? stretching, physical therapy and sometimes cortisone shot at site of nerve insertion helps. Read more...

I have severe lower back pain, and I'm 2 weeks late on my period but I took a blood test thatcame back negative. I'm not sure what's wrong?

See your doctor. You should see your doctor, given the severity of your back pain coupled with the fact that your late. Read more...
Several possiblities. Late periods are always of concern & should be evaluated by a doctor.I recommend an osteopathic dr as they can not only do all the tests/exams your md can do, but many are also trained in osteopathic diagnosis, hands-on work which can help find subtle causes of both mild & severe pain.If cause is found, osteopathic manipulative treatment right in office may fix the problem. Read more...

I am having severe lower back pain made worse when I bend over. Do you have any idea what caused this?

Disc pain. Pain in the low back made worse with bending forward is typically a problem with the lumbar disc (because more pressure is put through the disc in this position) or just simply the muscles in the lumbar spine (as they contract to keep someone from falling over). A vertebral compression fracture is also possible, but is more common in patients over 55 secondary to osteoporosis. Read more...

I have recently been diagnosed with early stage CML and am having severe lower back pain that is so bad I can't get off the floor. Is this related?

Could be . Chronic myelogenous leukemia is increased abnormal myeloid and similar stem cells in the bone marrow located in vertebrae and other bones but aside from very high white counts often do not cause back pains. There are complications: tumor outside bones that may rarely occur or even collapsed bony structures leading to pain. Best check with oncologist and do imaging . Good news is Gleevec (imatinib) cures. Read more...

I am having severe lower back pain and being told it is the scar tissue. I had two lymptomy and disctomy and have lose 51lbs what's next?

Core strengthening. Congratulations on the weight loss- that is certainly a step in the right direction. Any issues in the spine cause decreased function of the core stabilizers. Surgery further decreases the function of these muscles. A good physical therapist can teach you how to functionally strengthen your transverse abdominus- and look at your muscle imbalances to give you an individualized program. Read more...
Recurrent back pain . When your pain returns on a pt who had back surgery you need a complex work up x-rays physical exam because scar is the answer after no real path can be found. Read more...

I am having severe lower back pain, I have some 500mg Naproxen tabs, can I take 2? I weigh 280lbs

No. Too much! Not recommended. Call the doc that prescribed it for other options. If your back pain has suddenly worsened a lot, or if you have numbness, tingling, weakness or loss of control of bowel or bladder function, you need to get seen right away, Always take naproxen with food (but not dairy products) and never take if you have nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or abdominal pain, or on an empty stomach. Read more...

I have severe lower back pain. What should I do? I am overweight but joined gym.

Low back pain. Get checked by your doctor and follow the doctors recommendations. Weight loss will be advantageous when you are feeling better. Read more...
Back pain. The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... You might benefit from exercise, stretching exercise, weight management ... If your pain persists, you should seek help from a health care provider. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. Read more...