Should I still practice a sport after suffering from lumbago/lower back pain?

Possibly. As long as the sport doesn't worsen your pain, it should be ok. Check with your physician before you restart.
Yes if better. Exercise, in general, is helpful for back conditions. As long as your symptoms have resolved you can usually resume all activities. Sports activities can sometimes place certain stresses on musculoskeletal structures that vary with your age, your skill abd form, your underlying conditioning and the level you play your sport at ( recreational to pro) and what type of specific sport you engage in.

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Might I still practice a sport after suffering from lumbago/lower back pain?

Yes. Pay close attention to strengthening your core muscles. Using an anti-inflammatory medication will likely help your back pain. Stay active. Read more...

Mri no breaks, stretch and see chiro and sports med doc... Still low back pain and under right leg/hip. I run 10 miles a week. 2 c-sections. Help?

Complex. Back pain is one of the most common problem presented to primary care. Does it hurt when running, is your weight up, did the MRI show a disk bulging, does the pain radiate, ... You may need a fresh set of eyes to look at your condition. Do not give up. Read more...
Further treatment. Beyond "breaks" is the more usual causes of pain, which is inflammatory issues of the joints and soft-tissues of the lumbar spine. If the conservative treatments are failing you, you might now need some injections into what hurts. A pain doc can evaluate your symptoms to see if you need trigger point injections, si joint or facet joint injections, etc. Many options to help you with your pain. Read more...

I'm suffering severe low back pain that radiates around to my lower abdominal area. No injury or trauma to the area.

Get checked. Could be a kidney, intestine , muscular related issue . If no injury and in severe pain perhaps an emergency room or urgent care visit would be appropriate. Good luck. Read more...
Herniated disc. could be high lumbar or low thoracic disc herniation of arthritis called spondylosis. see primary care who will start you on NSAIDs (motrin) and physical therapy. If no better, MRI would be indicated-lumbar and thoracic. If all negative, could be intraabdominal process that is giving you referred pain. Read more...

Low back pain hurts to just lay down and bend over or just to do about anything. Constant throbbing pain and had little spasmims in lower back at firs?

Treatment Options. Unless there is a reason you can not take them, standard over the counter analgesics include anti-inflammatory medications such as Ibuprofen or naproxen. They work best if taken on a regular schedule for the length of the short tem pain (a couple of days) versus sporadically.Tylenol (acetaminophen) can also be taken during this time as well. Otherwise this should be evaluated by an appropriately trained provider. Read more...
Spine Pain Options. This 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 and may be candidate for facet injections/radiofrequency ablation and epidural steroid injection. Read more...

Low back pain. 8 mos post laminectomy. Need good lower back strengthening exercises. Pain dr. Claims says its bio mech changes in facets post surgery?

It could be facet. Pain, but often during laminectomies they obliterate the medial branch that feeds the facet, so it is not the only possibility and other things, like post-laminectomy syndrome, should be considered. A diagnostic block of the medial branch can be an easy way to find out if those small nerves are causing the pain or not. Pt should still be in the discussion as well. Read more...
Core. I would recommend formal physical therapy if not done recently. Granted it's time consuming but having someone observe your technique and plan for increasing your program intensity is valuable. Main home core programs should be discussed with your surgeon. They include front plank, side plank, (goal for >1minute planks) hamstring stretching. I would avoid sit ups, dead lifts, squats. Read more...
Could be anything. Many things can cause pain after surgery. Scar tissue, re-herniation, facet disease, weak muscles etc... Recommend start with the basic stuff like working your core and pt and if that does not help consider repeat MRI first before attempting other options that pain doc suggests. Read more...
Possibly. There is nothing about a laminectomy that should precipitate facet pain/arthritis. But patietns with spinal stenosis who require laminectomy often have multiple back issues including facet arthritis. There could be scarring after surgery causing some pain but typically you would have some leg pain as well. After completing pt and core exercises, facet pain can easily be tested with an injeciton. Read more...