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What does it mean when my back hurts like this?

Author : findnikki

Submitted : 2018-02-25 13:35:40    Popularity:     

Tags: hurts  

From time to time I get a shock in my lower back and that's it. It doesn't hurt much but today it was different. It felt like my back was tazed and I couldn't move for a good minute. It hurt so bad that it took me a good 25 minutes to slowly w

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female? listen, u should go see a doctor. heart attack symptoms in women ca be weird. including back and shoulder pain, ear pain - etc...if it doesn stop, go to the er.

Something is hitting your sciatic nerve- and that can cause your back to seize up and cause a LOT of pain. It can be caused by stress or a genetic flaw, or bad posture, or an injury - or any combination of those.

Before (hopefully) this becomes a problem where you are really paralysed, put some ICE on it, and then go for a walk for about 20 minutes. A brisk walk, in good sneakers or walking shoes, and stay off high heels or wedges of any kind. Stretch from the waist and reach for your toes, and if you take a warm shower, always ice your back afterwards.

You likely have some swelling that is putting pressure on the sciatic nerve, and the more you can relieve that pressure by walking, which helps to stretch the muscles and increase circulation, icing, and stretching, the better. Don't sit in a bad chair that puts pressure on your lower back, either.

Get an appointment with an orthopedic back specialist as soon as you can- they will recommend all of these things, and may also sign you up for some physical therapy. Yoga, cross country skiing, swimming, and anything else that stretches your back will save you from being hit by back spasms, which I assure you are horrific- and they're looming soon, if you don't fix this. No heavy lifting!

Sounds like a pinched nerve. I`ve used a heating pad on my lower back and gotten good, albeit temporary, results. If it keeps up, you`ll have to have it checked out.

maybe you should go to the er, you could have some kind of kidney infection giving you problems that you might need meds for



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