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Lower back pain below rib when lying down?
I am experiencing a pain in the same location you described and was looking for answers as well, this forum helped point me in the right direction, I think I may have a …hiatal hernia, because my pain started after I did stock at work lifting a bunch of 40lb boxes, check this link and see if this fits for your situation http://www.medhelp.org/forums/gastro/messages/36555.html
Answer It is important you see your doctor asap concerning this matter incase it is something of a serious nature you can catch it early. On your sides it could b…e one of many reasons such as your kidneys, sciatica, ribs, diaphragm, etc. The following link may offer some information however still go to your doctor: http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/sym/side_pain.htm
If you are experiencing lower back pain when laying in bed, it may be because the mattress is not giving you proper support.
Whats causing lower left side pain under rib cage becomes uncomfortable as day wares on no pain when lying down?
I have the same question, i get exactly the same thing
They hurt because you are applying force to them.
There can be a number of reasons for pain in lower left side below ribs. The most common reasons are: Heartburn or acid reflux, spleen irritation, gas in the colon, costoc…hondritis, broken rib, stomach ulcers.
If lying down causes you pain over your lower right abdominal area, you may have something wrong with your appendix. This could also mean there is a problem with an ovary,… if you are a woman.
This description is quite vague and could variety on a lot of factors such as your weight, activities, does it hurt after you have eaten, aanndd if there was any recent …trauma to the area. If it hurts just as much while breathing and also pressure, then i would assume a fracture. But could also possible be a muscle attachment problem
pertaining to below the ribs
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There are a plethora of reasons. Pinched nerves, slipped disks and even scoliosis can result in pain during lying down. Occasionally even gas can result in a sharp back …pain. Certain things that you would have to look at is the angle you're lying down, your posture, your age, if you keep yourself hydrated and so forth. If it happens often enough it's best to consult your doctor.
Back pain is one of the most common ailments in the UK. It is thought more than 17 million Britons suffer from the problem, and the Health and Safety Executive estimates …that it is responsible for nearly 5 million lost working days a year. Probably the most common cause is when the back muscles begin to spasm. This can often occur after strenuous activity, or can be a reaction to repetitive strain. The muscle is damaged, or irritated, and goes into spasm to protect the area from further injury. This can be extremely painful, and can lead to muscle tears if undue stress is exerted. Other causes of back pain include arthritis, fractures and infections. In many cases experts believe back pain is a manifestation of emotional upset, rather than a physical problem. More serious causes can include a prolapsed disc, or degenerative diseases of the spine - but these are relatively rare. read more at :- http://www.edulords.com/index.php?option=com_alphacontent§ion=22&Itemid=4&limitstart=20 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pain in the back flank region has many possiblilities. Among them are muscular causes, as well as pyelonephritis (a kidney infection, typically from an untreated or improperly… treated urinary tract infection). If you have excessive tenderness in this area or any signs of systemic illness/infection, you should see a doctor ASAP.
Typically a heating pad will help to ease lower back pain. The heat will help to get blood flowing in the area, dull the pain from nerve endings, and ease the tension on stret…ched muscles.
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It could be gall stones.