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... Hi I have pain that runs up my neck to top of my head and pain like a knife just below my shoulder blades on the right side that goes around to my ribs where it's like a knife stabbed in me. Also my lower back hurts on the right side going around to my stomach. ... (5 replies)
... I had a microdiscectomy done 7 days ago and now I feel worse then before surgery. ... (20 replies)
... ant to point out first thing that I work with horses. Just to start off. Lately I have noticed that for the past few months I have been woken up during the night sleeping on my stomach, but in some pretty intense lower back pain. ... (5 replies)

Pain.....
Feb 11, 2012
... walking or lying down. So for this reason, regardless of what your buttocks are sitting upon, it is hard on your spine, and therefore, you should not sit for longer than about 15 minutes before getting up and moving around a bit. ... (11 replies)
... Yes, a disc protrusion, bulge or herniation are one of the main causes of lower back pain. What type of doctor are you being treated by? ... (3 replies)
... This is a minor point, but you've mentioned sleeping or lying on your stomach several times...I just wanted to point out that you should avoid this position. ... (34 replies)
... Hi everyone. I'm Chris I'm 25 and led a pretty active life up until about a year ago. ... (1 replies)
... All great advice, I will talk to the PT guys about the TENS. Also I will try a much thinner pillow between my knees tonight and let you know how it goes. I don't know why it is that I sleep on my stomach. It's the least painful position and that's probably why I do it. ... (56 replies)
... Good tips, SweetPea. Probably any position that is maintained for a period of time will make you feel stiff. Try to vary your sleeping positions during the night, if you are not already doing so. Just avoid sleeping on your stomach. ... (7 replies)
... Started with excruciating pain in my back that would shoot down my left leg when I walked. Mostly at night the sciatic nerve in my left leg would fire off. I sleep on my stomach. ... (1 replies)
... I was pregnant with spondylolisthesis. Although it wasn't diagnosed until after delivery when they could do an EMG. I am assuming you are looking for advice on how to cope? ... (5 replies)
... My morning discomfort is also delayed a little. Popping out of bed is fine but later the trouble starts. So sleeping in a lying position must not compress the nerve. ... (3 replies)
... Hi! Hope someone can help provide some relief! My Mother injured her back from fainting. It's waist level on the right side. She can't sleep on her stomach or back. When she tries to sleep on her side, it's very painful, even with a pillow between her knees. ... (2 replies)
... If you try to sleep on your back, you usually need to keep knees high, I use two pillows under my knees. I can't sleep long on my side, due to my arms going numb. I have had cervical surgery. ... (3 replies)
... I started receiving TPI in April and at first had great relief for roughly a month. Now they seem to last 2 weeks. I've had around 20 shots since I started and I was wondering if I'm just building a tolerance too them? ... (7 replies)
... Since December of 2006 I have been having some on and off back pain Lower t right side. ... (6 replies)
... I'm also dealing with something similar and I wish I could give you some suggestions, but I havent found any yet. But I do you know what you're going through. I am really dreading going to sleep anymore... ... (5 replies)
Mid back pain
Apr 2, 2005
... You may have something going on with your thorasic spine. I do and most of my pain is in my ribs and upper stomach. ... (2 replies)
... turn the whole body. And when sleeping, make sure there are pillows under the knees when laying on the back and pillows between the knees when on the side. Don't lay on the stomach. ... (1 replies)
... For your own peace of mind, I'd call the doctor and ask if this kind of pain is normal. If it is, perhaps they can at least give you something a little stronger for the pain. ... (5 replies)


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