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... anything about it. A little bit of rest and I seemed to get better. I had a few back injuries that I fully recovered from as a teenager. Prior to 2007 my back pain was lower right and a good massage helped relax the muscles and made it feel better. ... (5 replies)
... I am sorry to hear of your problems. I has a similar experience. My pain started in my abdominal area anf stayed there for several months. it felt to me like I had the wind knocked out of me and was unable to recover. Side stitches too. ... (2 replies)
... I thought I was feeling slightly better last night, but as soon as I tried going to sleep, the pain got worse like it always does. This time, it has started to radiate into the top of my right leg, like where my hip meets my thigh. ... (0 replies)

... I've had herniated discs in past years at the base of my spine which caused no back pain but rather frontal thigh to toe pain and hip. ... (2 replies)
... I'm not sure if an MRI is in order but my doc assured me insurance won't cover it unless I'm having numbness and pain down my legs, which I'm not. I wish I could say...yes, I have lower back pain because of some reason or another, but being 43 and healthy, I can't say I do! ... (4 replies)
... Update from Pain Management Doc visit. ... (12 replies)
Mid back pain
Oct 4, 2012
... weeks ago and since then the pain feels exactly the same as it did before but now I also get an occasional pain that wraps around my left rib cage. ... (0 replies)
... Or Heated Pads. Basically, You Want To Stretch And Strengthen Your Abdominal And Your Hip Muscle So It Will Support Your Back Like It Used To When You Were Younger. ... (12 replies)
New Pain!
May 4, 2005
... days I have developed a burning pain in my abdominal incision. ... (7 replies)
... He then told me it disinigrated, probably from arthritis and he thinks that is where the pain is and when my back "slips out of place" he believes that is the culprit of ALL my pain and there may possibly be bone fragments in there. ... (34 replies)
... re contracting the transverse because you cant see it and you cant really feel it. You just have to be very tuned into the movement and you know that if you are moving whilst shifting the leg that the transverse abdominals are not too strong. ... (8 replies)
... what a pain that was! Anyway, it was bearable until we left the restaurant. By the time I got outside, my entire torso was in excruciating pain... ... (4 replies)
... Do your pains start if moving in a certain position? ... (3 replies)
Need some advice!
Sep 13, 2012
... I need some advice! I'm a 29 year old female who has been having the worst leg and lower back pain since about February of this year. The pain usually just comes on and is a throbbing pain that can radiate from my lower back or buttocks. The pain is strongest in my legs and the tops of my thighs. ... (6 replies)
... I'm not sure how I should handle this. I have had back issues off and on since around 18 yrs. I am now 52 and started having lower left adominal pain which has become fairly severe off and on. ... (5 replies)
Tlif last week
Mar 19, 2012
... Please describe the pain in your stomach. Is it more in the abdominal area or is it more in the groin? ... (6 replies)
... nd the adjustments she did helped relieve that immediately. She explained that there was scar tissue away from the surgical site that was impeding my nerve from moving correctly and the work she did freed it up. ... (4 replies)
XLIF in May
Dec 30, 2010
... In the beginning you will feel on top of the world, and then the very next day you will feel like a bus hit you three times. Keep in mind that the doctor will be moving parts of your body that are not meant to be moved. Take your time and let yourself heel correctly. DO NOT OVER DO IT! I learned the hard way. ... (29 replies)
Diet Pepper....???
Dec 14, 2008
... y surgeries have been done via the back. I found out last week that I am unable to have surgery done via the abdomen because I had exploratory surgery. If your abdominal cavity is opened and intestines moved, they should only be done once in your lifetime. ... (26 replies)
... moving of your abdominal organs. ... (19 replies)

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