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Pressure feeling right across pubic area and down left side / lots of bubbling and popping sounds/ lower back pain. Urine & blood tests fine?

Possible IBS. Well, you should see your doctor, and good history will give Diagnosis in 80% of cases. But, if all tests are negative and you are healthy you probable got irritable bowel syndrome. But see your doctor. Read more...

Possible brain tumor when neuro test good blood tests good to rule out other diseases MRI spine good and constant hip lower back pain and leg weaknes?

Greatly doubt. It would be very surprising to have a brain tumor announce itself as low back / musculoskeletal-type pain. Finding the cause of low back pain / leg weakness is tricky and generally requires a specialist despite its being extremely common. Read more...

Had baby 4 months ago, sense then have had muscle twitch, upper GI nausea, lots of diarrhea, fatigue low back pain- daily. No blood, no vomit- help!

Multiple. Hida scan ?, your doctor was looking for gallbladder disease or gallstones. With the constant diarrhea initially your drop in Progesterone would be part of the problem but this far out intestinal infection needs to be considered and gastric inflammation/infection. Have stool cultures and a h.Pylori blood test been done? Fatigue and muscle twitching secondary to electrolyte loss from diarrhea. Read more...

I want to give up. I have had several mri's, pt, blood tests. On narcartics, relaxers, nsaids! My low back pain wont stop! What more can I do?

Lower Back Pain. Lower back pain can be from multiple etiologies. The number one cause of chronic lower back pain is muscle imbalance. This can be improved by proprioceptive training of the muscles by performing balance exercises and strengthening abdominal muscles . Other causes are types of dysfunctions known in the osteopathic world as "somatic dysfunction" and can be corrected by an osteopathic physician. Read more...
Pain Treatment. Chronic low back pain requires an assessment by a specialist who is appropriately trained to treat low back pain. This may include a physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist or a pain medicine specialist. If medications have already been tried additional measure may include short term osteopathic, physical therapy, or chiropractic treatments. Spinal injections may be helpful as well. Read more...
Back pain. I know a pretty good book. It's called treating your back by robin mckenzie. Good luck to you. Read more...
Pain & Depression. Chronic pain has a very high association with depression. How are you sleeping? Are you able to exercise in water? And, the are other treatments available. See your doctor and a psychiatrist. Read more...
See Pain Doc. I would suggest seeing a board certified pain specialist. Read more...
Pain specialist. Chronic low back pain can be very difficult to treat, especially when there isn't any obvious anatomic cause. Chronic pain is still not well-understood. Also, like with many kinds of chronic pain, opioids may make worse long-term. A pain specialist can offer you many types of treatment to help improve your quality of life. Best of luck! Read more...

A lot of lower back pain ultrasound showed free fluid and enlarge kidney blood tests were normal I'm always exhausted does this explain the tiredness?

Need work up. Need additional testing as to why have ascites (free fluid). Liver, kidney and heart disease are the usual culprits. Enlarged kidney is a relative term. Would purse testing. Treatment would depend on cause of the fluid gain. A blood work, urine test and physical exam should offer insight. Often patients need diuretics (water pills) to get rid of fluid gain. Establishing cause is KEY. Read more...