Lower back pain sometimes in d morning?

Wear and tear. It is common to wake up with some back discomfort that improves with activity. Normal wear and tear (also called arthritis) can cause stiffness when in 1 place for a long time. The discs in the spine also retain fluid at night which can cause some discomfort. Treatment depends on your exam. Anti- inflammatory and pt helpful. See a physiatrist.

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What are the causes of lower back pain in the morning?

Check the mattress. A common cause for back pain upon awakening is a mattress that is too soft and not supportive of your spine. A firm mattress (or placing a large piece of plywood between the mattress and box spring) may help. If back pain persists or worsens, be sure to check with your doctor to rule out the many other causes of back pain. Read more...
Old mattress. There are a lot of possibilities but one of the most common is a old mattress. If your mattress is over eight to ten years, it may be time to get a new one. Read more...

What are some causes of lower back pain in the morning lower?

Back pain. Most common cause is muscle strain (pulled muscles). There are several other spine related causes such as disc herniation and arthritis. Non spine causes include kidney infection/stones, gallbladder stones, pancreas inflammation, ulcers , etc. Morning back pain with stiffness is usually related to arthritis....Disc degeneration. Read more...

What causes lower back pain getting out of bed in the morning?

Varies. Most early morning back pain can be due to poor general spinal muscular conditioning. Sometimes it can be associated with some degenerative processes that cause the discs to poorly function in weight distribution (degenerative disc disease). Usually patients respond to back therapy/exercises, but if continues seek out a specialist. Read more...

What do you suggest to relieve the lower back pain that I woke up with this morning?

NSAIDS/ice/heat. Anti-inflammatory medications (if no contra-indication for them), cold packs and hot compress 20 minutes on, and about an hour off prior to re-applying. Avoid any heavy lifting, and avoid repetitive bending/squatting/twisting by waist. If symptoms persist, seek medical care. Read more...

I was pain-free when I went to bed but had lower back pain this morning. Same mattress...Possible cause? Do not recall any injury yesterday.

"Sleep wrong" Assuming you have only back pain, done nothing physically unusual in the preceding few days, and are not menstruating/ovulating, then most likely your sleep position strained your back or compressed the facet joints in the back of your spine. Either way, such pain should be short-lived. If it isn't, something else is wrong. Read more...

Woke up this morning with lower back pain. This happened before, about 4 months ago. What can the problem be? I have gained a lot of weight. ..

Many things... Excess weight frequently contributes to musculoskeletal pain - sore backs, sore knees, etc. You may have strained it lifting something, using poor technique. There are other medical conditions that might explain back pain: menstrual cramps, urinary tract infections, endometriosis, etc. Alternating heat and ice can be a good first-line treatment. It's great you recognize now the impact of weight! Read more...

I have lower back pain on either side since a week. Pain is a more when I get up in the morning. And then it lows as I get to routine work daily.

Low Back Pain. Very common for humans to experience back pain. Acute onset of back pain usually resolves in 4-6 weeks. If pain isn't improved, worsens, radiates into legs, causes tingling and numbness into legs, weakness of legs, associated with numbness in the perianal area, bowel or bladder problem, fever, chill, unexplained weight loss, of pain while lying down regardless of position seek medical evaluation. Read more...
Back pain. The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... It sounds like you might develop some arthritic pain. If your pain persists, you should seek help from a health care provider. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation. Read more...