Confusing problems. Back pain could come from for example from the kidney, spine pain it originate from the spine some time could mix together this why you want to go to doctor he find out.
Have you been. Evaluated by an orthopedic surgeon? That may be a good place to start (especially if a specialist has ruled out renal cysts as being a causative factor). Depending on the cause of the pain, if musculoskeletal than acupuncture, specific stretching, heat ; proper ergonomics may be beneficial. Take care.
Spine Injury. This chronic pain in the distribution as you suggested is the result of an irritated nerve or facet joints or other injury typically in the lumbar spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease, etc requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist.
When to see a doc? Severe back pain that is associated with: weakness in the leg, problems controlling your bowels or bladder, numbness when wiping yourself with toilet paper should be seen immediately by a doctor: http://www. Webmd. Com/back-pain/living-with-low-back-pain-11/when-to-call-doctor.
Lower back pain to right of spine. Pain is still there, but now feel it starting on left side. Urine and x-ray came back fine.
Spasm. It is most likely a muscle spasm, that is able to transfer from right to left/ use heat pad. Take ibuprofen, and ask your doctor for a muscle relaxant. Try the stretching exercise for back pain. You can find it at any medical site, and you can Google it.
Lower back pain since 2008. chiro. Helped with sciatica. Can't ease the chronic lower spine pain for longer than 5 days. When should I seek more help?
Now. You are 26yo and with chronic active back pain, so now is the time to seek more help. Best wishes.
Pinched Nerve. Sounds like you have a pinched nerve in your back. I would suggest seeing a pain/spine specialist to evaluate you further to evaluate what level and what can be done to treat you. There are interventional treatments besides medications and surgeries that might reduce or eliminate the pain altogether.
Spine pain, spine cracks relief. Left side lower rib burning, lots of stomach air. Could back pain be causing rib and stomach issues?
It may. Certainly the body is amazing, and mostly everything is connected in one way or the other. If your spine is out of alignment, it can certainly affect different parts of the body adversely with referred pain, especially as nerves that innervate certain areas emanate form the spinal area in question.
Spine Pain Options. This chronic pain in the distribution as you suggested is the result of an irritated nerve or facet joints or other injury typically in the lumbar spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease, etc requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist. The ribs may or may not be related with the spine ; the stomach air has no relation to spine.
Chronic spine pain/back pain, headaches. Dr order bone scan. Should I do this testit concerns me. Or wait 8 months for mri? I am breastfeeding a2 yr
Back pain. Breast feeding should not limit your imaging studies or medical treatments to reduce or eliminate the pain. Imaging studies can guide treatment and give you and your physician a better understanding of what is causing the pain.
Let me explain. Bone scan is a test use radio active material injection into the vain, which in turn circulate in the blood and go to the bone, I would not advice if you want to continue breast feeding.
I have had up back pain one year. Mri showed mild scoliosis. Cervical stenosis. Pain is near right shoulder blade close to spine. Pain is like clock work. Why does it feel good to apply pressure?
Two possibilities. One possible answer is that your back pain is not related to your scoliosis or cervical stenosis, and is muscle spasms instead. Spasms don't respond to narcotics, but local therapies like heat, ice, massage, pressure, and physical therapy can help. Possible answer #2 - by putting pressure on this area, you may be changing the alignment of the bones, and relieving pressure off a pinched nerve.
Trigger point. Painful tender spots that improve with massage or rubbing or pressure are triggerpointsmri not useful in workup rhomboid and levator scapula muscle common triggerpoints can improvecwith massage stress rexuction and soft tissue injections interperrate MRI abnormalities with care in the setting of axial pain with tenderness.
Not nerve pain. This is more typical of a chronic muscular injury of the muscle inserting on the right medial shoulder blade. If pressure helps the pain, it is not nerve related and therefore not related to the cervical stenosis. Chronic stretching is the treatment. It is unlikely to go away completely, but stretching always helps improve the discomfort.
How can you tell the difference b/w back pain caused by muscles or muscle pull and back pain originating from the spine?
Back pain. Back pain that is muscular often stays in the same place and is worse with certain movements. Back pain that involves the spine is often constant and may have referred pain to other areas and may be associated with other symptoms. You may want to be checked. All the best.
May be the same. There is a lot of overlap, and back pain can be tough to diagnose and treat. Generally, it's all coming from the same mechanism, irritated nerve fibers from spine cause pain. Often the pain causes spasm, so there is a cycle. Burning, hot, electrical or difficult to describe pain that radiates into buttocks or down leg is spine. If it's chronic and/or recurrent it's spine.