What causes chronic lower back pain? All tests are normal. It's stabbing and burning pain.

Evaluation Needed. After a proper history, physical exam and any necessary imaging (x-ray/mri) is obtained and reviewed a sufficient diagnosis can be made. Treatment may include but is not limited to ice, heat, massage, nsaid's, physical therapy, chiropractic, orthopedist, and pain management.

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Have top and lower back pain that throbs with a burning sensation that gives me a general feeling of sickness. My dr. Think it is inflamation.?

Neuropathy. You may be having muscle spasms that are squeezing the nerves that come off your spine in the mid back region. The explanation for the abdominal symptoms may be from the fact that this mid and upper back area nerves of the spine are the ones that innervate the stomach. Consider physical therapy and muscle relaxants and osteopathic and or chiropractic manipulation. Read more...

I have multiple fibroid and have lower back pain. Now I have burning sensation in middle back. Is this part of fibroid or something else?

Less likely. While fibroids can cause back pain, it usually isn't burning in nature. Most "burning" pain is nerve related, but not always. If this persists or is quite bothersome, I would encourage you seeing your primary care doctor to formally evaluate you. Read more...

What does a woman with a burning sensation when urinating and lower back pain mean?

See your doctor. This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. Read more...

Burning pain in my low abdomen...with low back pain...not sever though...no other symptoms. Everything else normal?

Needs formal eval. Burning type pain can mean nerves being directly effected. Combining low back and abdominal distribution can mean a problem in the "retroperitoneal" area (behind the bowel, where the kidneys are). Some concerning problems can be there. So, you need formal evaluation of this. How long have you had it? This will make a difference to the doctor during your evaluation. Read more...