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Low back pain and lower abdominal pain?


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2009-01-30 03:18:07
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Though it is not a symptom, it is very common during pregnancy. It's possible; Your symptoms of pregnancy will usually appear anywhere from the first week of your expected period to 1-2 weeks after your first week of expected period. Your first signs of pregnancy most commonly include missed period, tender/swollen breasts, change in color of the breasts, fatigue, nausea/vomiting, increased sense of smell, and weight gain. Here is a link to a website that will calculate the probability of your pregnancy:


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been feeling moderate pain in lower back with some (general discomfort) in lower abdomen for about a week. all pain ceases when i sit though even then i will feel some pain if i straighten my back

Pain in the low back is frequently the result of a low level of muscle strength or lack of use. Having a strong core, which includes your lower back and abdominals, will often minimize lower back pain. Beginning an exercise program that engages your abdominals and lower back will help strengthen these muscles. Walking, running, aerobics, swimming and boxing are all cardio activities that engage these muscles. Yoga and pilates moves are great for lower back and abdominal training. There are many yoga and pilates DVD workouts currently on the market. Some are designed specifically to strengthen the lower back.

It is for me! With both of mine I had no "front" contractions only back ones. It started as a low dull backache and quickly turned into feeling like something was trying to break out from back there.

Many reasons exist for the sxcruciating abdominal pain and low back pain. They vary from simple to extreme with intensity. The underlying reason I believe is Intestinal obstruction or inflamation. A large percentage of abdominal/low back pain is a result from improper food consumption, organ fatigue, or organ toxicity. The pain is either due to gas, fecal mater restriction (constipation), or low water intake. Other causes would include irritated lining, nodules, or irregular cell function. And probably more common would result from bacterial or parasite presence. Ruling out greater illness such as cancers and ulcers have high importance. When the low back pain is included that would signafy constipation of impacted matter as the result of poor food choices, low water intake, or simply a vetebral subluxation, or physical compensation.

Heart conditions can refer pain to the left arm, and many abdominal viscera can refer pain to the RIGHT shoulder/upper arm. However, I am not aware of any pain referral patterns from the low back or abdominal viscera to the left arm. Nor am I aware of any left arm conditions that can refer to the low back. However, that does not mean that it is not possible!!

Pain centered in the lower back can be as simple as a nagging ache or as a severe, debilitating pain. Simple stretches and yoga exercises can loosen tight muscles that contribute to lower back pain. A cat stretch or superman stretch performed twice a day can greatly relieve the most severely afflicted. If the underlying reason for the low back pain is kidney related, be sure to consume plenty of water and food rich in anti-oxidants. This will keep the kidneys working in optimal condition and eliminate low back pain.

Pain in the lower back is often accompanied by leg pain. The two areas of pain, low back and leg, are often painful because in the lower back are found the five roots of the sciatic nerve; the sciatic nerve begins from five different parts of the low back and runs down into the leg and extends all the way to the great toe in each leg. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve (as big around as your thumb) and it is also the longest. When pain develops in the sciatic nerve the pain can be terrible and it can cover any area or all areas of legs. Many times the muscle strain or arthritis that is causing low back pain will also affect the sciatic nerve were it begins in the low back. When this happens both areas can be effected with pain. Leg pain that arises from irritation of the sciatic nerve is called sciatica or sciatic neuritis.

When my husband had lower back pain that nearly crippled him for 6 months a wonderful doctor prescribed him water pills to rid him of the inflammation

Yes, lower back pain is quite typical during a flare up of Crohns disease. Pain radiating from front to back just over the hips is common.

No, swelling of the low back is not normal, although muscle spasms and low back pain are a common side effect of pregnancy.

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Lower back pain could result from many different physical conditions or minor strains. Have you been doing any heavy lifting? This could be one culprit. Muscle strains, or a bone in the back being out of place could leave you suffering from lower back pain.

Yes, it is possible for a variety of kidney problems to cause lower back pain. Kidney related low back pain is at the top of the list of possible causes when no recent accident or injury has occurred to explain back pain.Kidney disease or injury can cause lower back pain in one of two ways:A reflex pain from an internal organ that is experienced on the surface of the body, due to excitation of what is called a viscerosomatic reflex.Direct swelling and pressure of an enlarged or inflamed kidney that applies direct pressure to the low back muscles and nerves, causing pain in the immediate area of the kidney.Common symptoms of lower back pain caused by kidney involvement:Dull deep pain in the low back over the area of one or both kidneysKidney sore to touchElevated body temperatureUrinary frequencyCloudiness of the urineBlood in the urinePain or burning when urinating

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Lower back pain is common, but the remedies for it are very conservative. Most lower back pain is treated with rest, over the counter NSAIDs, and physical therapy. You may receive handouts or pamphlets with back-strengthening exercises. The reason why the treatment is so low-tech is that many times the pain is in the muscles, not in the spine. For back pain that is not improving with conservative treatment, imaging and other studies may be required to rule out something more serious.

I had lower back pain. I took Alleve at first. Then I read as much information about lower back pain as I could find. Then I saw a reliable doctor, who had me do physical therapy and gave me some injections to ease the inflammation of my back. Since then, I do exercises that help people with lower back pain, and I have not any lower back pain in a long time. In the US you can see an osteopathic physician, or chiropractor Everywhere else in the world you need to see either osteopath, chiropractor or physiotherapist. form my experience with long-term low back pain, i have tried all of them and find that osteopath works best. To me they are like a combination of chiropractor and physiotherpist put together. They very holistic, massages, manipulate and give exercise postural advices

For a week and a half now about every 36 hours I get pretty bad pain in my lower right quadrant with pain also around to my back. The pain last for around 6 to 8 hours then goes away. Any thoughts on what it could be. The pain is very low on my right side just above the pubis area.

Lower back pain is not a disease, so it doesn't have a cure. However, some remedies to the problem are painkillers, massage, use of magnetic and heat/cold treatments.

If you are experiencing lower back pain, your first job is to get an x-ray, and then to make a doctors appointment. They will review your results and help you find a physical regimen to keep your body fit and healthy, and this alone will help your back pain.

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Take Tylenol and rub some aspercreme or bengay on the lower back and avoid straining it any more than necessary. If you have lower back pain that doesn't go away quickly, seeing a doctor is recommended.

If you are referring to an ectopic (tubal) pregnancy some symptoms are: Lower abdominal or pelvic pain Mild cramping on one side of the pelvis Amenorrhea (cessation of regular menstrual cycle) Abnormal vaginal bleeding (usually scant amounts, spotting) Breast tenderness Nausea Low back pain If rupture and hemorrhaging occurs before successfully treating the pregnancy, symptoms may worsen and include: Severe, sharp, and sudden pain in the lower abdominal area Feeling faint or actually fainting Referred pain to the shoulder area

The most common causes of lower back pain are injury or overuse of muscles, ligaments, facet joints, and the sacroiliac joints. You could also have a herniated disk.

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