Is it normal to have low back pain with muscle spasm during orgasm?

Yes and no. You should not be normally experiencing low back pain/ muscle spasms unless you have an underlying back condition, i.E herniated disc, or sacroiliac pain or possibly a pelvic floor dysfunction. Discuss with your primary care doctor and gyn.
It happens. It happens to both women and men. The cause may be some muscle tightness that goes into spasm during orgasm or it could be a sign of an underlying disc problem. Back stretches before sex may help but the best may be changing to an on-top position. This changes back position and allows the person more free movement during orgasm. If there are back spasms not during sex, see your doctor soon.

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With chronic low back pain, what does muscle spasms in only one buttock sugguest?

Let me try to answer. One sided muscle spasm means the nerve on that side pinched which in turn could cause the spasm in the muscles. Read more...
Nerve compression. Chronic back pain may be due to arthritis and bone spur or other pathology may compress nerve roots. Go to the docotr start with x-ray and if necessary MRI after detail musculoskeletal exam. Read more...

30 y/o female, 0 kids; chronic low back pain 2 mnths; muscle spasms daily, sometimes a deeper ache; chiro care for 1 mnth; pain is only on left side?

MRI?? Chronic low back pain in a young person may be related to musculoskeletal strain. It seems that your chiropractor is addressing that by addressing the muscle spasms. If the pain you mention on the left is radiating pain-that is pain that shoots into the left thigh and leg, you have to consider a herniated disc that is "pinching the nerve". An MRI scan is useful to define this. Read more...

Having serve lower back pain with muscle spasms and trouble walking also when I breath it causes more pain. What could it be and what should I do?

Disc herniation. There are many possibilities, and I would not hesitate to be seen, but one of the more common things that can cause symptoms like you are describing is a herniation of a disc. The discs are cushions between the vertebrae and they can sometimes herniate and cause severe pain and spasm. This pain can be worse with deep breathing, coughing, or anything that increase the pressure in the spinal cana. Read more...

Left lower back pain? Hope it's just muscle spasm. How can I tell?

Depends. Muscle spasm (painful contraction of a muscle) is a symptom (complain) and can come from many problems. The muscle will feel tight and firm to the touch. It may to sore to the touch and may tighten when it is pushed on. Read more...
Tenderness. If deep pressure finds the pain like massage then it is a muscle pain, from deeper structures can't be touched with deep pressure massage muscle pain improves with massage or heat. Read more...

I have lower back pain with Severe muscle spasms that take my breath away I have md appt in one wk. None of my meds are working. Is this serious?

Muscle spasms. Are very painful. But usually not serious. Good physical therapy should help with the issues. So hang in until your appt. Read more...
YES. This could be a lumbar spasm,herniated lumbar disc or nerve compression. You need an examination and strong anti inflammatory medication- start Aleve (naproxen) immediately and get to ER or UC clinic. Read more...
Muscle, not nerve. You appear to have strong lower back muscle spasms, and that pain and spasm can be disabling. You do not, however, appear to have nerve injury or sciatica. Try heat therapy by warm compress, heat pack or warm soaks (you would need help getting into and out of the tub, though). If no better, you may need to make a visit to urgent care or emergency department. Hope that helps. Read more...

I just realized when I have a lower back pain like a muscle spasm I wake up out my sleep gasping for air and feels like I'm gonna die in my sleep?

See a doctor. With the breathing problem, you should see your doctor for a good history, physical examination, perhaps testing. Read more...
Discuss these . Symptoms with your doctor. Muscle spasms just in of themselves do not lead to "gasping for air." there may be an anxiety attack causing some of this, or may be some other issues. Read more...