Should I blame my lower back pain on the tumor?

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Should I blame my lower back pain on the tumor?

Post by dcricket » Wed Jun 18, 2008 7:35 pm

I am afraid I am starting to blame everything on this tumor!

Is there any way it could be causing pain in my lower back?

Thanks for your input!

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Try Voltaren Emulgel fo rthe back pain

Post by Mary » Fri Jun 20, 2008 12:18 am

That's probably unlikely that the brain tumour is causing back pain.

You could try some Voltaren Emulgel. It's a gel that comes in a tube and is a topical anti-inflammatory for pain relief and can help with sore backs too. It's available without prescription from a pharmacy (called a drug store in the US).

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Post by cynthiya » Mon Apr 11, 2011 5:31 pm

What is a good way to ease back pain quickly? I woke up this morning with really bad back pain and I have to get to work for a meeting soon. I really don't want to keep suffering like this, so is there any way to ease the pain quickly? I have already tried Alieve and it isn't working. Please help.
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Post by goatieman23 » Fri Apr 15, 2011 2:49 pm

I also experience lower back pain. I seem to get it later in the day. I think my pain could be because my body & I are both getting tired/exhausted. As for the corelation between back pain & brain tumours, I wish I could answer.

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Post by John Peterson » Thu Jun 02, 2011 10:49 pm

I find no certain connection between the first matter and the second one. The lower back pains are probably due to lifting overweight at work, forgetting to excerise for too long etc. I would not worry about that. You should keep focusing on staying positive regarding your ilness and forget about the other minor problems.

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Post by kimberly » Mon Jun 06, 2011 7:18 pm

37 weeks pregnant and experiencing lower back pain with diarrhea. Could this be the start of labor? I've had severe diarrhea and terrible lower back pain all morning. It's a very consistent dull pain. I am 37 weeks. Could this be the start of labor?
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Post by stacy » Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:32 am

Hi Kimberly,
As a mum off 4 this a typical in the last few weeks,I suffered lower back pain about a month before labour, all the best.

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Re: Should I blame my lower back pain on the tumor?

Post by Jesse » Sat Jun 15, 2013 4:35 pm

Hi Dcricket,
Exercise is a great way to prevent repeat episodes of your lower back pain but avoid doing exercises that put pressure on the spine. The right exercise program will help you in building strong, flexible muscles that will be less prone to the injury.
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