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I have pain in my lower back, and the pain is unbearable. I also have sharp pains that shoot down my leg. I can barely sleep at night and it hurts to sit and stand. Does anyone know what might have caused this ??? I need answers fast. like ASAP!!!

A: It may be Sciatica. The term sciatica describes the symptoms of leg pain and possibly tingling, numbness or weakness that travels from the low back through the buttock and down the large sciatic nerve in the back of the leg. The vast majority of people who experience sciatica get better with time (usually a few weeks or months) and find pain relief with non-surgical sciatica treatment. For others, however, sciatica can be severe and debilitating. The clinical diagnosis of sciatica is referred to as a "radiculopathy", which means simply that a disc has protruded from its normal position in the vertebral column and is putting pressure on the radicular nerve (nerve root) in the lower back, which forms part of the sciatic nerve. An important thing to understand is that sciatica is a...
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what could cause back pain?

A: Drinking has caused inflammation on his intestines and he might be facing sticky stools, constipation, colitis. Any sort of it reflects inflammation on nerves on back side. Drinking causes inflammation on liver and acidity sometimes with reflected effect on nerves on back side. Hardwork, accident, spinal weakness, mental tension, lack of exercise and bad posture can cause back pain. We treat all of them with our Meruniwarak Therapy. '' Shree Swasthyayog; Treatment, TRG. & Research Institute R.H.19, Jhulelal Society, Sec-2E, Airoli, Navi Mumbai- 400708.INDIA....
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what Are Some causes Of Feline Incontinence?

A: Feline incontinence can be caused by a number of conditions including feline diabetes, lower urinary tract problems such as infection, bladder stones or tumor, and dementia in an older cat. The most common reason would be a feline lower urinary tract infection, but if your cat has had a recurring problem, their bladder may be unable to hold the urine. Feline incontinence could be the result of renal failure. Older cats may experience this toward the end of their life. There are several causes old age, Diabetes, and the most common is kidney failure by the time you notice it is normally to late to do anything....


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calcium supplements? can cause heart attack

A: Yes, I have also read a while back that too much calcium can cause heart problems for women, and also kidney stones (I think). So although the recommended doses from doctors and such is usually 1200mg daily, I decided to take only 500 mg. daily in two seperate doses. I figure I get the rest through foods, such as kale, brocoli, spinach, yogurt occasionally. For me this regimen has worked out well , along with exercise(walking and weights). I had a 10.8% increase in bone density on my last dexa. I am having another dexa on dec. 8...hoping for another increase. All the best to you. I do what tomatojuice does. I figure I get the best absorption from whole foods so I get the majority of my calcium from food...


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Can drinking full cream milk cause high blood pressure?

A: A thousand generations of people have drunk full cream milk with the result we''re still here as a species, homo sapiens. If we all ate and drank like Stone Agers obesity would not exist. Look at the Victorians, - Life expectancy 70 +, didn''t know what skimmed milk was! Most mortalities occurred due to malnutrition. P.S. There''s no such thing as "the blood pressure" Sure. It has a lot of saturated fat that can contribute to arterial blockages. Best to go with non-fat dairy if in the age range of heart attacks. At least have it with fruit, to reduce the danger. Only indirectly. I am convinced hypertension is largely genetic. The matriarchs of this world will tell you a) full cream milk is full of chloresterol, which clogs your arteries, and b) it will...


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Pain in left side of back. what could it be?

A: There are many conditions that could cause pain in this region. Some causes may be benign, others may be serious. Possible causes include: Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Intestinal Obstruction, Crohn's Disease, kidney stone, Urinary Tract Infection, trapped nerve in back, pulled muscle, tumor - to name a few. It is absolutely essential that your partner gets to see a Doctor for proper evaluation immediately to rule out any of the serious causes....


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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 can us postops take for lower back pain, other than plain old Tylenol or Extra

A: Kris, there isn''t a non-addict that has asked for more pain meds than me. If you are in pain, talk to your doctor. If you are afraid he''s going tothink you are an addict, approach it from the angle that you would like toknow what kind of changes you can do in your life to alleaviate the pain. Who knows, you may even find some kind of natural way to manage it. Drugsor no drugs, you can''t just ignore pain, that''s no way to live. Good luck Rebecca I use Ultram for my degenerative disc. It eases the pain but still allowsme to function. I have back problems and i take Loratab My suggestion would be to first ask you PCP for a refferal to see anorthopedist because of the back pain and your surgical history... and thenI would ask him/her for suggestions on pain...


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what Is an Enlarged Bladder?

A: An enlarged bladder, also referred to as bladder hypertrophy, is a medical condition in which the bladder becomes larger than normal, stretches too much, or develops thicker walls. Some people also are born with an enlarged bladder. In other cases, the condition may develop as the result of an obstruction of some sort. Sometimes, a person may even develop an enlarged bladder because of an abnormally high volume of urine output or failure to empty the bladder fully on a regular basis.. A person may be born with an enlarged bladder. Since the bladder is larger than normal, it may stick out past the point it should instead of being held in place by the surrounding body tissues. A bladder that extends in this manner may impair the normal function of other organs, such as the

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what happened if you have clogged ears and ear pain?

A: I take it you''re asking what to do when you have these symptoms. It depends in the extent of the symptoms. Likely you are experiencing a fluid buildup in your inner ears because they are not draining properly...and the cause may be due to an infection. There is a tube, called the eustatian tube, which drains the inner ear to the throat. If this tube isn''t working properly then fluids will build up in your inner ears. This may cause ''clogged'' ears, sensation of fluids shifting in your ears when you tilt your head, dizziness, or even pain. Pain can be caused by two things, normally. One is as a direct result of an ear infection. The other is as a result of fluids building up in your inner ear and exerting pressure on your ear drum. If your eustatian tube doesn''t...


 
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