Hi doctor, is it okay to have lower back pain for a teenager?

Pain not normal. teenagers can get lower back pain just as adults. Did you have an injury? Heavy lifting in school/work? May be poorly adjusted sports equipment? .

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I'm a teenager & have had lower back pain for a couple years. I recently found a smaller thin lump on the left side of my lower back.?

Need an evaluation. For your lower back pain. The lump you found is unlikely to be related to your pain. Read more...
Usually nothing. Those types of things usually turn out to be fatty tumors or "lipomas"-- But I'd still get it checked out. Read more...

Chronic lower back pain since I was a teenager. Now I feel. Jelly. Like lumps on both sides. Pain happens if in same position too long?

Back pain. and lumps need to be evaluated by your doctor. He/she MAY refer you to a specialist. Additionally, please do a search on the net for John Sarno, MD, who adds a mind-body dimension dealing w/pain. Peace and good health. Read more...
Be seen. If your pain has gotten worse, I would not hesitate to be seen and evaluated. Among the more common causes is a condition known as degenerative disc disease which can be associated with worsening symptoms when in "same position too long" as you describe. Many treatment options available, other potential causes as well. Read more...

I have lower back pain. Last year I got an X-ray it came back clear, today my doctor said I was fine, why am I still in such pain?

Muscle or nerve involvement. Standard x-rays do not show the actual nerves in an area. They show the area where the nerves are, the space where the inter vertebral discs are, and the bone configuration. There are many more structures in the low back that can cause recurrent back pain. You should see someone who has more training in the spine for more detailed answers. Read more...