Medical Causes of Back Pain
For people who suffer from chronic lower back pain that has no real
acute cause, there may be a medical reason for it. If you are over 60
years of age and experiencing sudden, very painful, unexplained back pain
you may be suffering from arthritis or possibly a collapsed vertebrate.
Neither condition is dangerous but it can be extremely painful. You will
need to see your health care provider for how to deal with this problem.
During pregnancy, especially the third trimester, a form of back pain may develop, called sciatica, which heat treatment should help. See your family physician, immediately, if it gets worse or you have a fever or any bleeding with the back pain as these are signs of a more serious problem developing.
Occasionally, lower back pain can be the first sign of something more
serious. If back pain is accompanied with blood in your urine or a burning
when you urinate then you may have a kidney infection. Kidney stones can
also cause back pain, blood in the urine and the burning sensation. If
either of these symptoms occur, you should report to your doctor
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