This has been puzzling me for the over 6 years. About three to four times a month I will get severe pain in my mid/lower back. This ALWAYS in the morning (after being up for half an hour or so) lasting about 3 to 5 minutes - the pain is more intense if I move or breath. It is accompanied by nausea (which lasts for 5 or 6 hours after) There aren't any triggers (ie: fatty foods, alcohol, etc) that I can put together - usually just have green tea in the morning.
I always assumed it had to do with my menstrual cycle - but after I got married and my husband started to notice it was more often then once or twice a month and had me talk to my doctor. That was 2 years ago. Still puzzled as to what causes this pain.
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