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Back pain on sleeping, relief on taking deep breaths, moving around. Causes and treatment?

hello I am XXXX and for about a week and a half I have been waking up at night with back pain and hurts really bad 8/10 when i take a deep breath but goes away after i get up and move around . so i lay back down and 2 to 3 hrs I am back up . it s in the mid. of my back and after sitting up and 3 or for painful deep breaths its gone only to return after sleep
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Looks like you have low back muscle spasm which often disturbs you in sleep and while sitting on cushioned seats . Start taking aceclofenac + chloxoxazone tab two times a day night dose should be taken before sleep best along with food to avoid gastric upset.
Please note if you s are sleeping in a soft mattress change to hard one avoid pillows for 5 days . Also sit and rest your back against not cushioned seats while working. Back support is must .
There are some stretch exercise for back spasm do it every morning.
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Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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