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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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what are the causes of squeezing chest and left arm pain with normally low blood pressure?

A: Heart attack. Go directly to emergency, don''t pass go, don''t collect $200. I''ve had three heart attacks and I know. Also neck and jaw pain can go along with it. the blood pressure reading doesn''t matter at this point. Go to the hospital. they can tell you in minutes if your having a heart attack. Remember, time is heart muscle lost. Better safe than sorry. this is a recognized symptom of cardiac disease. the BP is irrelevant. these are the typical symptoms of angina and as you are describing it being associated 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

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what is the cause of my knee pain after a weeks time of work out? & whats a good running shoe?

A: 1. It could be a lot of things. I will try to help you out, though I will stress seeing a physio is the only way you''ll sort it out quicker (and possibly more effectively). are you overweight? You ask if you are, and perhaps your BMI is slightly too high, but if you''re muscular, that will be a contributing factor. If you honestly are overweight, and want to change this, take a look at your diet. Replace fast foods/unhealthy foods with fresh fruit and vegetables, and try to cook meals from scratch. Drink plenty of water, and if you eat too much sweets or chocolate, gradually replace them with healthier choices...


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what is the cause of my knee pain after a weeks time of work out? & whats a good running shoe?

A: 1. It could be a lot of things. I will try to help you out, though I will stress seeing a physio is the only way you''ll sort it out quicker (and possibly more effectively). are you overweight? You ask if you are, and perhaps your BMI is slightly too high, but if you''re muscular, that will be a contributing factor. If you honestly are overweight, and want to change this, take a look at your diet. Replace fast foods/unhealthy foods with fresh fruit and vegetables, and try to cook meals from scratch. Drink plenty of water, and if you eat too much sweets or chocolate, gradually replace them with healthier choices...


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what are some causes of inside knee pain, at night, gets better if I walk around, hurts again, repeat walking?

A: 1. uhhhh, try going to the doctor? 2. yea doc 3. Its probably just a torn muscle that happend when you got up to quickly or twisted it somehow. Sometimes they can last for a while all you have to do is wait for it to heal.. it sucks. 4. my friend had that i think he said something about his bone was growing to fast or something its sometyhing you should be seing your doctor about not yahoo.answering it 5. circulation problems? ginkgo biloba 6. My husband bought shark cartilage pills from GNC...he was told by a nurse they help with knee/joint pain, and the workers at GNC agreed. they worked for him! 7. Scar tissue formation post-ACL replacement, incomplete healing

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what are some causes of inside knee pain, at night, gets better if I walk around, hurts again, repeat walking?

A: 1. uhhhh, try going to the doctor? 2. yea doc 3. Its probably just a torn muscle that happend when you got up to quickly or twisted it somehow. Sometimes they can last for a while all you have to do is wait for it to heal.. it sucks. 4. my friend had that i think he said something about his bone was growing to fast or something its sometyhing you should be seing your doctor about not yahoo.answering it 5. circulation problems? ginkgo biloba 6. My husband bought shark cartilage pills from GNC...he was told by a nurse they help with knee/joint pain, and the workers at GNC agreed. they worked for him! 7. Scar tissue formation post-ACL replacement, incomplete healing

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what are some causes of inside knee pain, at night, gets better if I walk around, hurts again, repeat walking?

A: 1. uhhhh, try going to the doctor? 2. yea doc 3. Its probably just a torn muscle that happend when you got up to quickly or twisted it somehow. Sometimes they can last for a while all you have to do is wait for it to heal.. it sucks. 4. my friend had that i think he said something about his bone was growing to fast or something its sometyhing you should be seing your doctor about not yahoo.answering it 5. circulation problems? ginkgo biloba 6. My husband bought shark cartilage pills from GNC...he was told by a nurse they help with knee/joint pain, and the workers at GNC agreed. they worked for him! 7. Scar tissue formation post-ACL replacement, incomplete healing

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what are the causes of Headache?

A: 1. Regular headaches are caused by too much blood in the head. I suppose sex would, at least for the male population, since there would be a need for blood at the other head. 2. loud noises staring at the computer going from darkness to brightness hitting your head getting up. i could make a 20 page list if i thought about it forEVER. there are alot of things that could make you get a headache. the possibilities are endless 3. Headaches can be caused by lots of different...


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what types of lower back pain are there?

A: Check out this site to learn more about back pain. http://www.laserspineinstitute.com/back_problems Use this site to record your pain and medications. http://www.healthsaas.net Sometimes the simplest questions are the hardest to answer. Health care providers have debated the best method of classifying low back pain (LBP) for some time. As a result there are more than one method to do so. Probably the simplest is by how long the pain lasts....


 
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