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What is a good , non surgical, method of resolving low back pain caused by a hernieated disk?

A: 1. Surgery should be your last option. I suggest seeing a physical therapist if necessary but avoiding poor posture. Positioning for comfort and daily abdominal crunches should help. If it hurts don't do it. And get a comfortable bed. If you get back spasms due to the herniation, see your doctor, you may need an antispasmotic. low back pain is a chronic condition. There is no easy fix. Therefore, think long term solutions. You know your body and your pain better than anyone...gauge the effectiveness of your interventions by how you feel. Don't overly rely on pain meds. They can build tolerance and don't cure you. Use...


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Can low back pain cause bladder spasms?

A: back injuries can cause bowel and bladder problems.....this is a very serious condition that would need to be addressed quickly with your doctor. Devon I had surgery on my back last March. I have bladder spasms. I went to an urologist, no cancer no fistulas, gave me pills that dont work. He said sometimes the reasons aren''t known as to the causes. I went to the spinal surgeon and asked him if back problems could cause spasms. He said it is possible. He knows I am having them. He doesn''t say much I am guessing because this surgery was a workmanscomp situation but I am going to pursue the answers My daughter had problems for a while after her...


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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 appendicitis, aneurysms, kidney diseases, bladder...
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What Is the Best low back pain Relief?

A: low back pain relief is often a long and elusive process, but there are some simple steps to get some quick relief, leading to long-term relief. Part of the problem of finding effective low back pain relief, however, is the fact that you must first determine what is causing your lower back pain. This should be done by a doctor or physical therapist. Once you have determined what is causing your pain, you can begin to treat it more effectively. Treatment should be done with the assistance of a doctor. For at-home low...


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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 of low back pain...


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What can I do about low back pain?

A: low back pain is frequently caused by minor injury, usually while lifting. Some people may suffer from what is termed chronic nonspecific back pain, in which case a cause canít necessarily be identified. Others may have true injuries or certain medical conditions that require more extensive care. Thus the first step in treating low back pain is to talk to a doctor about what may be causing it. When the cause is minor injury, there are many ways to address low back pain. Most often the approach taken is a conservative...


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How to treat low back pain?

A: Every one of us experience low back ache at some point in their life. low back ache can be caused due to various regions. Majority of low back ache is caused due to mechanical reasons which can postural abnormality, repetitive stress injuries causing strain and fatigue in the back muscles. It is more common in the pregnant women, sitting professionals, people with sedentary life style etc. Treatment of back pain generally depends on the status of the condition i.e. acute or chronic. • Usually acute pain gets better on its own with proper...


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How to diagnose low-back pain?

A: You need to go see a Doctor of Osteopath and/or see a good Orthopedic Spine Surgeon and ask about an MRI and Scoli X rays. A regular xray most likely wont show much and if you are hurting down low its a good chance you''ve hurt yous self previously and/or have a progressive and probably a degenerative condition going on .I''m speaking from experience here in that you don''t want to put this off to long. You don''t neccessarily have to have ( or choose to have) any kind of surgery done or at least not at this time --BUT-- you need to find the source of the pain. If the pain is bad enough to get your attention and is getting worse you need to know. You may have a minor problem or be advised to have minor surgery. What...


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How to cure low back pain?

A: Depending upon the cause of back pain, the treatment also varies. The low back pain can be because of several reasons like back muscles weakness, Poor posture, muscles tightness, Improper Vertebral alignment, Prolong sitting and muscles stiffness. For low back pain ,we need to strengthen the back muscles esp Lattismus dorsi and erector spinae muscles. Do proper back stretching to increase the flexibility of back muscles and to relieve stiffness. Try to take a short breaks frequently in between...


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Can clarithromycin cause low back pain?

A:  According to the prescribing information available for Biaxin, the brand-name of clarithromycin, low back pain was not a reported side effect. However, there have been reports of interstitial nephritis coincident with clarithromycin treatment. One of the symptoms associated with acute interstitial nephritis is flank pain, or pain in the lower back. It is important that you contact your doctor immediately for proper diagnosis and treatment options regarding your low back pain. Clarithromycin (Biaxin) is a macrolide antibiotic which fights...


 
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