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I am having chronic low back pain. Will clavam 625 help. Suspecting prostatitis?

Need to see a doctor. There are lots of causes of low back pain. Some are benign others may not be. Accurate diagnosis of the cause of your pain is the key to getting the best and most effective treatment. Read more...
No way to know. If your doctor ordered the antibiotic then try it out of your back pain improves you have your answer. if it does not likely something else is going on. Speak with your doctor about other sources of back pain. Read more...

Dr. Plez help me I am having chronic problem of Back pain now a days.2 yrs before I had problem of Loss of Lumber lordosis.

Exercise regularly. For persons with chronic , greater that 3 months of continuous pain, a muscle strengthening and stretching program can help decrease symptoms. In addition, NSAIDS my be of benefit in treating this type of discomfort. If these fail to reduce the symptom I suggest you see your primary care doctor. Read more...

Help! I've been having chronic back pain for going on 3 years and nothing has worked?

Pain Clinic. There is help for it, you're just a red-flag patient due to your age. If all the studies are negative, treating your pain would be the next thing to do and that is a step-wise process that involves a trusting doctor-patient relationship. Doctors who specialize in pain management would be better equipped for this. Read more...

Help! I've been having chronic back pain, need some fast-acting relief methods?

Find cause. Back pain can be due to many causes, and treatment is far more efficient if underlying mechanism is understood. Generically, many back conditions respond to stretching and exercise programs, and a physical therapies can teach. NSAID's have classically helped many back pain sufferers. Read more...

I'm having chronic back pain n it's making my legs numb an tingle n I keep falling from sharp shooting pains down my legs. Went to the erntheydidnono?

Be seen. I sure would be seen by more of a specialist than simply going to the ER. You may need to see a neurologist. We don't worry too much about back pain because it is very common, but when patients start complaining of numbness in the legs and falling down they need to be evaluated to make sure nothing more serious is going on. Be seen. Read more...