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Back Pain + skin pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 21, 2010
  • 01:56 AM

About 4 days ago the skin by my knees started hurting really badly. It feels kind of like a bruise/sunburn but there is no rash, sunburn, or any redness of any kind. Almost like when your skin feels really sensitive when you have a bad fever.

After that my knees/thighs started aching. Now my lower back is aching as well. The skin over my entire legs is so sensitive and painful that walking with clothes rubbing is almost unbearable.

My back is progressively hurting worse and worse, and it is very painful to sit, stand, and lie down.

Any ideas what's going on? The pain when I move my back at all goes all the way to my knees. Normally I'd just think it was a back problem, but why is my skin so sensitive?

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  • It has been seen that people who are very much active in gym and does regress exercise especially weight lifting, they sometimes gets back ache or muscle pain problem. These problems are common and it has been seen mostly, in people doing lots of gym. Dacula GA Chiropractor will help you get rid from back pain problem. Immediate
    Marshall 4 Replies
    • December 29, 2010
    • 04:06 AM
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  • I am also having trouble on my back. After having a swim on a river. My back is in pain too, now three days had past and I am still having the same pain.
    GeorgeMHarrison 5 Replies
    • January 12, 2011
    • 11:26 AM
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  • You should change your bed for some days and look the change for your back pain.... I think that it is a simple way to get relief from that kind of the pain...If there is no positive one results than have some medication prescribed by a good one physician...
    Channing 10 Replies Flag this Response
  • You should change your bed for some days and look the change for your back pain.... I think that it is a simple way to get relief from that kind of the pain...If there is no positive one results than have some medication prescribed by a good one physician...Bay Area Personal Trainer
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  • You should change your bed for some days and look the change for your back pain.... I think that it is a simple way to get relief from that kind of the pain...If there is no positive one results than have some medication prescribed by a good one physician...http://www.eastbaytrainer.com/bay-area-personal-trainer/
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  • I'm having the same symptoms but not have lower back pain.My gym trainer told me that it is due to doing harder Health Vernon Hills workouts.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 19, 2012
    • 06:46 AM
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  • Check your sitting posture and your sleeping posture as this can be the reason behind back pain. You can also massage the back with garlic oil gently for a few minutes. Leave it for some time and then take a warm bath. This can give you some relief.
    Maryji 3 Replies
    • December 13, 2012
    • 09:39 AM
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  • You must consult with doctor for that purpose, because its really serious problem.
    Alexander33 3 Replies Flag this Response
  • The most common pain problem areas are the neck and back. Caused by a number of issues such as whiplash, sciatica, arthritis, frozen shoulder, slipped discs, sports injuries and many others. For long-term relief from neck and back pain, visit a same day chiropractor. Chiropractors treat musculoskeletal conditions using manual therapies to treat ailments of the bones, muscles and joints. Chiropractors take a holistic approach to treatment, thus taking into consideration the complete lifestyle of a patient and may offer advice on exercise, diet and rehabilitation programmes to do in your own time
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • November 13, 2013
    • 07:13 PM
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  • 1.Stay strong. Once your low back pain has receded, you can help avert future episodes of back pain by working the muscles that support your lower back, including the back extensor muscles. "They help you maintain the proper posture and alignment of your spine," Reicherter says. Having strong hip, pelvic, and abdominal muscles also gives you more back support. Avoid abdominal crunches, because they can actually put more strain on your back. 2.Stretch. Don't sit slumped in your desk chair all day. Get up every 20 minutes or so and stretch the other way. "Because most of us spend a lot of time bending forward in our jobs, it's important to stand up and stretch backward throughout the day," Reicherter says. Don't forget to also stretch your legs. Some people find relief from their back pain by doing a regular stretching routine, like yoga. 3.Think ergonomically. Design your workspace so you don't have to hunch forward to see your computer monitor or reach way out for your mouse. Use a desk chair that supports your lower back and allows you to keep your feet planted firmly on the floor.
    david millar 1 Replies
    • January 3, 2014
    • 01:57 PM
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  • Lower Back issues are due to a lack of mobility in the trunk and hips, or a weakness in supporting core muscles.
    Common Types of Lower Back Pain:
    Back pain can be classified into four types namely
    • Neck pain,
    • Middle back pain,
    • Lower back pain
    • Pain in the tailbone region.

    Treatment for Lower Back Pain:
    • Non-Surgical Anti Inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS)
    • Epidural injections
    • Surgery
    • Perform exercises
    • Sleeping posture
    • Cold compression therapy
    StevanMcgrath 1 Replies Flag this Response
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