Lower back pain by tailbone. Sharp pain when I cough or sneeze. Hurts to walk or bend?

Back pain. Sounds like typically muscle related back pain. If no issues with incontinence or numbness or tingling in legs could try an anti inflammatory med like Motrin and ice it to help. Make sure no issues with Motrin before you take it.

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Lower back pain after sneezing. Hurts a lot to walk. Cant step with right leg without extreme pain in back. What did I do?

Lower back pain. Low back pain can have many causes. Rarely, back pain is caused by a potentially serious spinal condition, such as infection, fracture, or tumor, or a disorder called cauda equina syndrome, which causes weakness and bowel or bladder dysfunction as well as back pain. Back pain that is associated with leg pain, numbness, or weakness can be due to a herniated disc or spinal stenosis. Read more...

I recently had some lower back pain. Today I was on my feed walking all morning. Now both legs have a tingling pain that hurts to walk. Do I see a dr?

Good idea to see Dr. Pain in the lumbar spine (lower back) associated with bilateral (both) lower extremity paresthesia ("tingling") are commonly related. At the same time, the tingling could be from an unrelated process. See your doctor for a physical and mention what you've been experiencing. Read more...
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Bad lower back pain. I've been exercising and stretching to help with the pain. Woke up this morning could barely stand up or sit down. Hurts to walk?

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My lower back pain is so bad it hurts to walk. I also have a sore throat and low grade fever?

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