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Severe back pain, stinging pain while moving around. Treatment?

ive had some heavby back pain over the last two years and have had several test done. When i start moving around much as in doing chores i get severe stinging pain in right to mid low back to the point that it make me stop what im doing for a few minutes. I have been to pt several times and had shots in my back but still no relief.
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Back pain is more common after 40 years of age but as the pain is increasing in severity you should have complete bed rest for a week with mild anelgesics and antacids to prevent NSAIDS induced gastric ulcer ,.
Physiotheraphy and hot compress can relieve pain spontaneously.

Reduce weight if overweight as it put pressure to back bone too.
take calcium tablets to prevent bony deformities.

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Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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