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Back pain

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by Margaret13, Mar 16, 2010.

  1. Margaret13

    Margaret13 Honorary Member

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    I have back pain this there a doctor in the house :D
     
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    bend over :up:
     
  3. Margaret13

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    :eek: I said back pain ;)
     
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    It's not just trapped wind is it :confused: sorry high or low pain ;) ....... I'm not a doctor by the way ...................... :coffee:
     
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    :D I was hoping markv would help hes a dr only get it night time 3 nights running in the day not a thing :confused:
     
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    I struggle with back trouble, despite my young(er) years. MRI scan showed nothing wrong, but I would have liked to see them tell me that when it felt like my legs had been detatched from my body :(

    Does it hurt when you do something particular at night :eek: or can you be doing anything at all when it hurts?
     
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    :D fast a sleep then pain take two pain killers after a hour get back to sleep in the day nothing :confused:
     
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    i am not a doctor but i know this might sound funny but have you tried useing a different mattress on the bed it could just be that
    i have back trouble but that was due to younger years of bike rideing/crash and now later in life it has come back to take action as pain that turns out to be 4 vertabra and 5 discs need re alligning so morphine stops the pain for now that for mme but as for yours try the mattress first and if it still the same ask for a nerve response therapy as i cant pronounce or type what the doctor calls it to check the nerves in your spine are not trapped hope this helps
     
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    MadAndy sounds clued up here. My other half even invested in a memory foam mattress for my benefit (well hers, because I was forever disturbed in my sleep otherwise), and found it helped, but it is still there. May be worth trying to get referred to a chiropractor if you're no better after seeing the doctor. They did send me for physio, and had an MRI, maybe I'm just not as toned as I was :eek:
     
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    My chiro unties my back about every six months...feels like a new back afterwards.

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    Sounds to me like you require a new matress, go to the bedding shop and try a few, if you are lucky they won't see you and you can have a kip just to check it out :D:D
     
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    I slept with a board under the mattress for years then bought a new bed with very firm mattress much better hth ............ :coffee:
     
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    Why don't you use a "Vibrator" to massage your back Margaret ...;)

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    memory foam mattress are the way to go if we stop over at a mates or family we wake up next morning feeling like ive been 10 rounds with tyson !!!:D
     
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    Thanks for the tips will see how it goes :) and Peteuk trust you :D
     
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    marg im sure there is enough room on the mattres for you if you want to give the mattres a go !! would you mind cooking laura and myself a breakfast in the morning after a hard nights hugging :D:D
     
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    peteuk could be cameraman !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D
     
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    Sorry left the computer on while - watching the recording of eddie izzard running his marathons (he must be mad)
    Back pain which is worse at night and not too bad in the day - I would certainly think about the bed/mattress first of all
    Pains or pins and needles into the legs - could be trapped nerves from disc problems but this would prob be more likely to cause pain in the day as well . Treatment - keep active (old fashioned advice of bed rest etc makes it worse),pain relief and physio/osteopath may help
    Numbness around the bum (what is known as "saddle anesthesiae"), difficulty c urine control -this can be a warning sign of serious illness and if you are getting this - GET IT CHECKED
     
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    Thanks Mark don't think its the mattress had it only about 8 months so new still and only had the pain 3 nights in a row always about 4.30 :confused: No Pains or pins and needles in legs... if it don't get any better I will get it check .....Thanks once again :)
     
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    I would highly recommend going to see an osteopath, as the NHS is useless regarding backs.

    The only over the counter drugs I've found that do anything for the pain, are Syndol, but they will make you sleeepy, so only take em if not going to be doing anything. They are paracetemol + codine and a little something to relaaax you.
     

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