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Back pain, difficulty moving. MRI normal. Colonoscopy done to remove polyps. History of rectal pressure. Cure?

hey and thank you. i have had very bad back pain for 4 months. it has been debilatating. have been confined to my couch. well i have had an mri and drs can not find anything wrong. about 2 months ago i starting having really bad rectal pressure. it almost feels numb sometimes. i feel like someone is trying to cram something up there. i had a colonoskpy last yer and had 2 paulops removed. nothing help this pressure. help me
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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The feeling of pressure in the rectum along with a low back pain may be related to a nerve root irritation or a muscular spasm. Adequate bed rest with a combination of pain killers and muscle relaxants help in relieving the symptoms.
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Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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