Is severe sciatic nerve pain common with kidney stones?

No. Sciatic nerve pain is a separate issue from kidney stone pain although sometimes they are confused. If the pain radiated down into your leg, most likely, the pain is not from a kidney stone.
Not Generally. Flank or back pain is. If that stirs up any spasm in the back, it could possibly bring on some radiating symptoms into the leg but that would be uncommon. You need to discuss with your doctor as this is not typical.

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How prevalent is severe sciatic nerve pain with kidney stones?

Sciatica. True sciatica is leg pain that shoots from back, down the leg past the knee. This mimics the path of the sciatic nerve, thus it's name. Mri of the spine or pelvis would serve to differentiate in most cases if exam and history is not clear. Young patients more likely to have herniated disc. Older patients, pressure from arthritic spurs. All can be treated non-surgically if not getting worsunrelated. Read more...

Is there a link between severe sciatic nerve pain and kidney stones?

Most likely no. Both sciatic nerve pain and pain from kidney stones can be felt in the back but they are from different causes. Sciatic nerve pain most commonly radiates down the leg. Read more...
No. the only link the two have is back pain, but back pain from a kidney stone is different than back pain from sciatica. Read more...

How do I get rid of my sciatic nerve pain in my lower back?

Work on it daily. Pain management can be useful if it helps you to move normally while you heal. If you smoke, you must stop. What ever type of activity/lifestyle produces the damage to your back must be modified. Physical therapy for a core strengthening, yoga type stretching home exercise program that incorporates proper breathing and body awareness is the pathway that I have seen the most success. Patience! Read more...
First, understand . That sciatic nerve pain is pain radiating into the leg with back pain that may or may not be associated with it. If there is no leg pain, then there could be one of multiple reasons for your back pain that if it has persisted or progressed in spite of having it for some period of time you should see your doctor if otc medication, time & activity modification don' t help, get checked . Read more...

I have a shooting pain in lower back down in my right leg. Is this sciatic nerve pain? How can I prevent this?

Sciatica? Symptoms sound consistent with sciatica, however, c your doc for an eval to receive proper diagnosis. If sciatica, cause must b must be determined & treated if necessary. Usually standing causes pain to be worse, as does sitting. Lying is usually more comfortable. If your doc agrees that these are safe 4 u, NSAID or Tylenol (acetaminophen) may help, as well as physical therapy. C ur doc & feel btr soon :) Read more...
Symptom Vs Cause. Sciatica is the symptom of leg pain caused by a disc herniation or narrowing where the nerve exits the spine. A disc herniation is a outpouching of the disc from its normal place into the spinal canal or on the nerve and can be a source of pain in the back or down the leg. The nerve then goes to the muscle which can then hurt, spasm or feel sore or irritated. Read more...
Prevention. should involve avoidance of heavy lifting and core strengthening. Based on what you've described you may need treatment. Please find a pain specialist in your area to address your concern with many available treatment options. Read more...

What to do for back lower back pain and sciatic nerve pain until you see a doctor?

Ipobrufen. Motrin (ipobrufen) several times a day. See physician asap. Self treatment is poor choice. Could be kidney stone, arthritis, herniated disk among other causes. Read more...
Conservative Care. You should not be lifting any weight over 5-10 pounds. Do not bend at the waist, use your legs. If there are no allergies or contraindications take otc Ibuprofen as directed. Keep a pillow between your legs if you sleep on your sides to keep your spine aligned at night. If you sleep on your back place a pillow under your knees. Try maintaining some gentle stretching to keep from tightening up. Read more...
Back pain. Recommend that you do a neutral spine core stability program for a few weeks. If not significantly improved it may be time to have it evaluated. Can see videos of neutral spine exercises on youtube. This includes planks and "birddog". You can use over the counter meds such as tylenol (acetaminophen) or aleve. Read more...
Back pain. You can use heat pads, stretching exercise, massage. You should not be lifting any weight over 5-10 pounds. Otc Ibuprofen or tylenol (acetaminophen) might be beneficial as well. Read more...

Usually have sciatic nerve pain in right leg/back. Now have it in left leg/back? Burning sharp pain from lower back through thigh, what causes this?

The process is bilat. When the sciatic nerve gets compressed or even irritated it can cause the type of pain that you are describing. Therefore,it would be appropriate to obtain an EMG from a Neurologist and a thorough workup of your spine with Neuroimaging from a specialist.There are medications and possibly even injections that may be able to help. Sometimes if pyriformis syndrome is the cause,PT may be sufficient. Read more...
A few thoughts. Any pain that runs down buttock &/or back of thigh is often labeled 'sciatic' pain.Truth is, there are many poss. causes.The sciatic nerve or one of it's branches can be 'pinched' by a herniated disc, stuck vertebra, or piriformis muscle spasm (COMMON in pregnancy).Many other causes such as referred pain from SI ligament injury, too.In pregnancy, ligaments stretch more easily leading to pain. Read more...
Depends what pinches. This needs to be clarified. If it is a disc in the middle this could do this like pushing on one side and then the other but it could be other things. That is why you need to see your physician to clarify this and get you on a correct therapy. Read more...
Same as right. A anatomic anomaly......disc,bone growth.....causes narrowing of the space where sciatic nerve passes......swelling causes the acute neuropathy. Read more...

Help, I have chronic sciatic nerve pain and lower back pain, how do I make this pain stop? I am a college student and I cant walk or lay down or sit.

Needs to be seen. You need to be seen..too young for sciatica, pain needs evaluation by your physician. Read more...
Interventions. If your sciatica is secondary to a discogenic compression of a nerve root, you might benefit from epidural steroid injection, but it is possible that a surgical approach may be needed. Please seek out a consultation with a spine specialist. Read more...

I think I have sciatic nerve pain, it might have been brought on by a kick of the football. Is this a common footballers injury?

Sciatic nerve pain. Sciatic nerve pain is a pain that starts in the low pain and radiates down the leg. It is a common injury in sports that have a lot of running and contact involved. An aggressive kick of a ball can certainly lead to a sciatica. Read more...
Given Your Pain. 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. Read more...