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What are some of tje causes of low back pain?

A: low back pain is frequently the result of inadequate muscle strength, shortened muscles, poor posture, being overweight, poor bending and lifting techniques. It is important to understand that back pain is a symptom of a medical condition, not a diagnosis itself. low back pain causeS : back pain arising from other organs may be felt in the back. This is called referred pain. Many intra-abdominal disorders-such as...
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Common causes of low back pain

A: Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum! The most common cause of low back pain is muscle pull/strain due to bad posture. However, there are other causes too. Pressure on the lumbar nerves can cause pain due to spondylotic changes in vertebrae, degenerative bone disease, herniated disc, bone disease, cancer or TB of the vertebra. Kidney problems, stones in the urinary tract and colitis or IBS are the other possibilities. A confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on the internet. Please consult your PCP to begin with. Hope this helps. Take care!...


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What really are the causes of low back pain?

A: Pulled muscles , lifting objects incorrectly , spine/disc problems can cause back problems...
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Tarlov cysts: A cause of low back pain?

A: It''s possible. However, Tarlov cysts are an uncommon cause of back pain. Tarlov cysts are fluid-filled sacs that most often affect nerve roots at the lower end of the spine (sacrum). Such cysts typically cause no symptoms and are found incidentally on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) studies done for other reasons. However, in some cases, the cysts expand, compressing or distending the affected nerve root. This irritation of the nerve root results in pain, weakness or numbness. Rarely, the cysts enlarge so much that surrounding bone is eroded,...


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what is the cause of lower back pain

A: low back pain can be caused by many things.  In fact over 80% of individuals will suffer a severe episode of back pain at some point in their lives.  The most common causes are misalignments in the spine or pelvis, muscle spasm, strain/sprain injuries, or disc problems.  In addition to these there are specifics related to these four, such as: arthritis, disc protrusions, inflammed tissues to name just a few.  All of these contributors go hand and hand and can often cause one...
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What possibly would cause my low back pain if my mri came back good with no problems and I was diagn

A: Hi,There are many causes of back pain eg. back strain ,sciatica , disc disorder Spondiloysthesis, Arthritis ,Osteoarthritis , spinal arthritis ,Fibromyalgia , kidney disease , Pylonephritis ,Acute bacterial prostatitis,Endometriosis etc. Please consult a spine surgeon to discuss these possibilities .Hope this helps you .Takecare and regards !...
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What causes chronic low back pain?

A: According to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Americans spend more than $50 billion each year treating low back pain. Because low back pain affects so many people and can be costly to treat, it is important to know its causes and how to avoid them.AgeA simple cause of low back pain is age. When people get older, tone, strength and elasticity decrease. The discs in the lower back also...


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Enlarged Heart as the cause of Ongoing back pain

A: Link Between Ongoing back pain and Enlarged Heart Could ongoing back pain and enlarged heart have anything to do with one another? While they may be very separate medical conditions, they could also be more connected than you think. Although rare, it is not unheard of for an enlarged heart to be the cause of chronic back pain. The American Chronic pain Association reports that low back pain is the fifth most common reason for a doctor visit in the United States. With...


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What are causes of lower back pain while running?

A: 1. Make sure you're doing those stretches before you do any kind of activity like that, though. Also, you should go see your doctor and make sure you don't have a slipped disk (vertebrae), or a pinched nerve. If in doubt, maybe slap some ice on your back and rest up for a bit, before going ahead with the running, until the pain subsides. Otherwise, you'll only make your back worse. Sounds like a muscle spasm, or something to do with your vertebrae or nerve. 2. any of the sites below will be able to help you with cause and treatment and prevention in the future. Happy running! :-) ...


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How Do I Choose the Best low back pain Management?

A: Most people will experience some form of back pain throughout their lives, but not everyone lives with chronic pain that will necessitate low back pain management on a regular basis. A variety of conditions can cause chronic low back pain, and identifying those causes first can help you choose the best low back pain management strategies. Common causes

 
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