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I have lower pain in my back and passing small amounts of blood?

January 20th, 2009 6 comments
cfelt3 asked:

i have had lower back pain since a few days ago and started noticing a small amount of blood on my underwear i don’t know what it could be so can someone tell me a it might be cuz i have no idea.


January 12th, 2009 No comments
Dr John Anne asked:

Back Pain Introduction

Many people all over the world suffer from back pain. And for many, there is nothing more important than finding a good treatment for this potentially disabling problem. Back pain can occur in people of any age. Back pain can be a real hassle for the person suffering from it. Some back pains can come suddenly and only last for a few days, while other types of back pain can occur gradually, and last for a much longer time, causing serious pain or discomfort. If you are suffering from chronic back pain, you should contact a chiropractor who may be able to reduce your symptoms.

Causes for Back Pain

Back pain can be the result of serious injury, or it may be the symptom of a medical problem. Pain in the lower back can be a sign of kidney infection and many other medical problems all of which should be reported to your doctor. Some people experience back pain simply as a result of excess strain on the back muscles, or any other physical activity that could cause strain. Other lower back pains can be a symptom of other more serious conditions such as infections of the spine which is a serious medical problem that should be reported to your doctor right away. Some back conditions can be cured with a little help of a chiropractor who can help to realign your body.

Back Pain Treatment and Other Information

Treatment for back pain is easy to find because this is such a common problem with people all over the world. You may not even have to leave your home to get treatment. In fact, it is probably better to stay home. Most doctors will tell you that lower back pain is likely a result of too much stress on the back muscles and the best way to deal with this is by letting those muscles heal, and try to avoid future damage. This is probably the best way to deal with pain in the lower back.

You may have chronic back pain due to an injury you might have sustained once that caused movement in your spine, which in turn can result in severe back pain that comes on gradually. It may be time to talk to your doctor if you start to experience unusual symptoms that typically do not come with the general muscle pain of the lower back. If your back pain is accompanied by chills or fever that could be a sign of infection, and you should contact your doctor immediately to insure that the damage does not worsen, because over time it can grow to be disabling.

Also you should pay attention to the severity of your pain, if the pain wakes you up in the night frequently, or you have pain that persists for more than two or three days; you should never hesitate to contact a doctor who can help you by the use of medicines or surgery to treat your chronic back pain. Pay attention to yourself and the way your body feels. Most pain that occurs in the lower back is simply the result of a pulled muscle or muscle tension. In older people, this can be caused by arthritis, and can lead to a medical condition called spinal stenosis that causes severe pain and agony for elderly people. You should never expect for a doctor or chiropractor to completely cure you overnight. This is something that takes time to heal and there is simply no rushing it.

Sometimes you can purchase helpful medications and icy hot patches that will help relieve the pain while it heals. But again there is no quick fix when it comes to back pain. One of the most important things to remember is just to relax and not to over exert. This can make a world of difference just giving your back the time it needs to heal after a serious strain. Try not to repeat your mistake twice so many people who strain their backs tend to do it over and over again, because they simply do not remember to avoid those things that caused their muscle strain.


I’m 22 and have been having upper back and chest pain for the last 3 days. Sometimes dull, others stabbing. ?

January 8th, 2009 3 comments
kac1985 asked:

For the last 3 days I have been experiencing chest pain and upper back pain. At times it also has been radiating under my arms. Part of the time it is very dull, and others it is stabbing. And then there are times where I have not pain at all.
I’m 22. I have had a cold recently. A little cough, but that has gotten better over the last few days.
Any suggestions or answers would be greatly appreciated.


Why do I have pain in my right back side after drinking lots of water?

April 4th, 2007 2 comments
lamorenalcc asked:

I have recently started drinking alot more water after a long period of not having drank as much as I should have. I go through this evey few months or so. After a few days of drinking water, I begin to feel pain in my right side, underneath my ribcage, more towards the back. I don’t know if it’s one of my kidneys or my liver or what. The pain can be pretty strong; it usually happens after I’ve consumed quite a bit of water (nothing too extreme, though), and sometimes lasts the better part of a day. Is it just one of my organs detoxing?

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