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Have severe low back pain that happens a couple times a year. Could the epidural I had from. My c-section 10 years ago be the cause of the pain?

Unlikely,chance smal. Epidurals can be a way to minimize delivery pain and also sciatica or radiating pain. So chances are small that the epidural is a cause. However, see a spine specialist or PMR doctor for a full evaluation which is likely to include a MRI and Physical Therapy. Many people develop back pain over time and good imaging and core strengthening respectively, can evaluate & treat most causes effectively. Read more...

Can getting a spinal block cause long term lower back pain? I received one for a c-section and was stuck multiple times.

Generally no. Epidural a have been known to cause short term back pain, especially since you we're poked a few times. Chronic pain is usually from other issues. Read more...
Very unlikely. Most epidural injections have no issues long term. Sometimes, a spinal injection can lead to a condition called arachnoiditis if given that route rather than epidural but extremely rare. Most times, if pain in back, it is short term. Read more...
Prob Not for Long. This condition is very rare but seems to occur more often with c-sections. It's possibly related to some of the skeletal changes that happen with pregnancy combined with the spinal injection. This condition almost always resolves with time. Some pt treatments may go a long way to help resolve your situation. Read more...

Lower back pain can't sit or stand straight sometimes spases out C-section 1 month ago history of lower back pain never been to dr. Tohave looked at thanks.

It . It is hard to say what is causing the back pain, given the limited history, but if it is so severe, it is something you should definitely see your primary care doctor for. Some of my thoughts are: 1. Whether back pain started after epidural anesthesia. Is there an infection. 2.Another thing is low back pain from pregnancy could be from the way your pelvic bones are realigned due to the way fetus sat in the pelvis, but this is unlikely if you have not had any back pain during pregnancy. I hope this is helpful. But my sincere advice to you is to see your doctor to be evalauted for back pain. Congratulations on your new baby! it is hard to be in so much pain on the top of being a new mother. Read more...
I . I agree with dr. Vankireddy - your should be seen for this. There are a number of causes of lower back pain following c-section, including but not limited to infection, hematoma (blood pooling in pelvis), musculoskeletal causes and normal settling of your body into it's prepregnancy state. Congratulation on the new baby. Hope you feel better soon. Read more...

Experiencing knees pain and lower back pain two months after C-section delivery. What could be the cause and how to remedy it?

Most likely not . Related.Cesarean section is considered relatively safe. It does, however, pose a higher risk of some complications than does a vaginal delivery. Have your family run some to see if you have any form of arthritis. Read more...
Exercise. After pregnancy, your body has to regain its "sea legs, "again. There was a change in your pelvis during pregnancy and your center of gravity that may have affected the mechanics of your knees in terms of the patellae or kneecaps as well as your back. Rarely, an autoimmune response can be triggered by your pregnancy. Start exercising when cleared to do so to avoid an incisional hernia . Read more...

I have been having upper and lower back pain for 5 months, today it spread into my neck and down my right arm into my fingers. C section 5 months ago.

Go see your Dr . And get checked for arthritis of your spine, slipped disc and pinched nerve. Imaging studies maybe warranted to confirm the diagnoses. Take care! http://www.m.webmd.com/back-pain/guide/causes-of-back-pain. http://altmedicine.about.com/od/healthconditionsdisease/a/pain_herbs.htm. Read more...

I had a C-section a week and 2 days ago I am have horrible lower back pain and also having a hard time with bowel movements. What could it be?

Many possibilities. Low back pain and constipation 9 days after a cesarean. Constipation is common after a cesarean, due to pain meds and not moving as much. Make sure you are using a good stool softener such as senna and drinking lots of water. Back pain could be from constipation, bladder/kidney infection, soreness from where epidural or spinal was. Call your doc and get seen. Read more...