Back pain ! Badly need a suggestions

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Oct 28, 2014 3:00pm
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How to reduce these unwelcomed back pains !!!
Is there any kinda exercise that can help me???
Would really appreciate your suggestions,
Thank you

28 Oct
BTW , am 22 and weigh 57kg
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Oct 28, 2014 4:12pm
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Lie down on the floor straight for about 10 to 15 minutes that's what works for me in fact on the floor right now. I get pains in my left wing once a week or so but this always make them go away

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Oct 28, 2014 4:19pm
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Nobody here can know the source of your back pain. You need to go to your doctor.

It could be muscle spasms, it could be a herniated disk, it could be scoliosis, it could be kidney stones, or any number of things - most of which will not be helped by stretches or heat therapy.

If ibuprofen isn't doing it for you, then we can't help you.

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Oct 28, 2014 5:31pm
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I have multiple issues in my back and there are two things that help.

The first is to use an inversion table. You can buy 1 used pretty cheap.

The second would be to buy a foam roller. There about 15 dollars on amazon and you just roll out your back. It helps alot. But if the pain continues a visit to the doctor is definetly in order.

28 Oct
I have 2 pinched nerves, 3 bulge discs, and a narrowing spinal canal. Sounds worse than it is I think lol. Doctors told me there is nothing they can do until it becomes an emergency. I just need to get stronger to support my back.
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Oct 28, 2014 6:23pm
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I have protruding discs in my lumbar region. It causes sciatica which can be painful.  My orthopedic surgeon recommended surgery to remove the discs and replace them with cement.  That was NOT an option. I was very lucky that he also was a specialist in sports medicine and taught me some stretches to relive the pain.

That diagnoses was 5 years ago. After a lot of hard work strengthening my lower back and core. I can do any type of workout, lift heavy weights, do anything pretty much extreme.

If you look at my workout history there is a back pain relief workout. I do it 6 days a week. It helps to realign the spine and open up the hips. I use a rumbleroller 3 times a week to focus on trigger points to help relax the muscles.

While I can't say I'm 100% painfree, exercising does make a big difference.

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Oct 31, 2014 8:13am
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Ignore the pain, and continue to do. If it lasts for more than 4 days, you need a doc definitely