Possibly. Low back pain might be caused by testicular cancer in abdominal or pelvic lymph nodes, pelvic or lower abdomen back muscles, low lumbar vertebrae or if it were pushing on the nerves exiting the spine in the low back. The best was to evaluate this would be imaging of the low back, abdomen and pelvis with either ct scan or MRI scan or both.
Could be. Not commonly but could be. Get it checked out!
Usually not. Testcular cancer may spread to the lymph nodes of the back but this is seldom painful. It seldom metastasizes to the bone. Your question is important and should be moot -- if there's a testicular mass it needs to be investigated, if a person has been treated for testicular cancer, low back pain isn't the normal way a recurrence presents. Best wishes.
Rarely. If you have a history of testicular can't and are experiencing severe back pain it should be evaluated with an MRI. Especially if there signs of cord compression such as numbness or weakness, difficulty walking etc.
Yes. Ovarian cancer usually presents with abdominal pain, bloating, urinary symptoms and weight gain which would indicate spread beyond the pelvis. This pain can easily radiate to the back, due to pressure on adjacent organs, etc.
Ovarian cancer. Most people do not have symptoms until advanced stages but if symptoms occur, they may include bloating, pain, early satiety (feeling full after a few bites) or change in urinary symptoms. So, yes back pain is a possible symptom.
Lower back pain with nausea No other symptoms I'm very scared of cancer and I can't see my doctor before 2 weeks?
Take it easy. What you described is not a cause for concern for cancer. Wish you good health and a happy new year! For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine.
Could be, but rare. Low back pain is ususally due to musculo-skeletal issue. While low back pain may be a feature of cancer, low back ache would be a poor marker for the presence of cancer.
Doesn't have to be. Both of these symptoms are vague. Cancer can cause pain, but it's not the first thing I jump to when I see a patient. See your doctor and tell them where the pain is, how long you have had it, what makes it better or worse, ect. You and your doc can then put a plan into action to figure out what it is and what to do about it. Dr oz is on tv. Go see your doctor to find out what is going on with you.
Ovary pain? The TV entertainer you mention is as credible as professional wrestling. A majority of people have low back pain and it almost never is the first sign of cancer. Pelvic pain is worrisome and the screen for ovarian cancer is your annual pelvic exam. If this is normal, stop worrying, and stop watching phony medical television shows for your own comfort.
Sharp lower back pain for 3 weeks now only in certain positions for few sec and very mild body tingling but tht might be after I read abot spinal cancer?
Probably not. Please see your doctor, even though a spinal tumor is quite unlikely, unless you already have a previous cancer. It might be as simple as a pulled muscle or a ruptured disc.
No. Back pain can be from many causes. It can be muscular (due to muscular spasm, etc), neuropathic (nerve problem) or herniated disc, degenerative (arthritis), post-traumatic (fracture), or could be from cancer but there is no reason to jump to cancer. Thorough history and physical should be very helpful for initial evaluation. Imaging may also be helpful.