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Lower back pain which occurs occasionally in mornings. Suggestions? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 11-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Back Pain
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Practicing since : 2005
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:I am having bach ache since 6 months....
User:kindly advise....
Doctor:May I know your age and gender?
User:26, m
Doctor:Where exactly is this ache, upper back/lower back; in the centre or by the side?
User:lower back
Doctor:Is the pain present continuously or occur at random times?
User:random times, mostly in the morning times
User:so what could be the reason of this?
Doctor:And for how long does the pain persist? How does it improve - do you take any medications?
Doctor:Does the pain radiate down to the legs?
Doctor:Please do not mind answering these question.
User:no it does not radiate to the legs, and as of now i am not taking any medication
User:it continues for half an hour
Doctor:Let me brief you.
User:sorry sir, it was just a training session
User:for demo purpose we had showed it to our employees
Doctor:Ok, if this was a medical concern, shall I proceed to discuss.?
User:how we can chat with our doctors
User:no no not at all
User:thanks a lot
Doctor:Do you mean chat with other doctors?
User:no no its ok.
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
User:i have got some personal work, whenever necessay i will get back to u
Doctor:Bye for now.
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