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It is possible to have bone loss (osteopenia) in some bones and osteoporosis (more significant bone loss) in other bones. It is also possible to get these when your in your 30's but I'd ask to see an orthopedic specialist because osteoporosis usually doesn't cause severe pain that just starts like you describe. An orthopedic specialist can evaluate why you are having back pain whether from a disc problem, osteoporosis, or muscle spasms, etc.,

I'd go get the bone density test also to see how much bone loss there is. You may also want to ask for an MRI of your spine to see what is going on. I didn't know I had spinal fractures caused by osteoporosis until I had an MRI because these didn't cause pain. Let us know what you find out and I hope you start feeling better.





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