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Does smoking crystal meth cause back pain?

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Suggest treatment for back pain

as of a week and a half ago my back started hurting.since then ive been smoking meth and now the pain is really svere to where its hard for me to move around could meth be the cause of it?are you ...
 

I smoke crystal meth and i have back pain. Is there any danger?

I ve been using meth for 5 months now and I first started getting back pain 2-3 months into it, now my back pain is getting pretty severe. I m 14, 5 3, 120 pounds. I d take half of a half of a 7.5mg ...
 

What causes back pain?

My height is 5 1 and I m about 115 lbs. at age 45. I have back pain on upper right side of back. It also hurts worse if I touch the spot of my back. I did strain my back a few weeks ago doing yardwork ...
 

Suggest treatment for back pain

Back pain (SI joint?) to the left of spine at belt level in healthy 26yo male I have had back pain ... of that, my whole lower back is tight and painful. The pain is worse with bending (such as to pick ...
 

Back pain, clear watery discharge. Smoked marijuana, crystal meth. Treatment?

marijuana for anxiety . Im having some lower back pain that is unusual. I recently had an abortion ... dull lower back pain and alot of discharge. The discharge was clear and watery with no odor. Later ...
 

What causes severe back pain?

I have adhd and i drink concerta orally. I have back pain and i smoke cigarettes. The pain gets very serious after smoking. I dont drink alchohol or other substances. I take caffeine( redbull coca ...
 

What causes severe lower back pain?

in Oct. of 2010. Experiencing sever lower back pain, finishing steroids and muscle relaxes with really ... and genetic test came back negative. Nursed 7 children for a year each, don t smoke, wine once in awhile ...
 

Suggest treatment for back pain

will drink whiskey and regular smoking and what are the disadvantage going to gym. ...
 

Suggest remedy for back pain

im 24 years old , 8st 9 and 5ft3ish , i have a dull ache pain at the bottom left of my back which ... there. I also have a weird pain tht lasts a couple of seconds on the middle left side of my back ...
 

Smoking meth. Developed fatigue, tension and back pain. History of broken wrist. Cause for pain?

Hello, I ve been smoking meth for about two years now, but have recently encountered back pains ... muscle pain and fatigue , painfull topside forarm if i ball my fist and turn it clock wise. umm ...
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What cause lower back pain
Hi.Thanks for writing on HCM. Various causes such as overly strained(bulging of the disc and associated nerve compression and others), inappropriate posture, trauma, obesity, smoking cause low back ache.Hope this answers your query.Get well soon.
 
What causes lower back pain
THanks for posting. The causes of back pain are multiple and varied. Some are:poor sitting posture , back muscle strain, excess weight, disc herniation, infection, fractured vertebrae, , menstrual cramps, uterine myomas etc. They are multiple and varied. Please seek consultation if it is worrisome to get an appropriate diagnosis and management plan. Hope this helps. Wish you well. Dr. Ditah, MD.
 
Heat or ice for lower back pain
Hello, Hot fomentation is preferred over ice. Heat causes vasodilatation and increases the blood flow to the area and helps in the reduction of pain.
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