Back pain

hey i am a 13 year old girl and in gym a few weeks ago i was kicking a soccer bal, missed and fell backward and hit my back very hard and it has hurt badly ever since but i have experienced back pain for a while just not this bad... what should i do?
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your pain is due to direct trauma to back and spasm of back muscle in an attempt to protect your may treat conservatively with painkiller and muscle relaxant.Consult a a doctor for appropriate drug and dose schedule.
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male 72 yrs old back pain above hip pain comes and goes frequent urination unset of pain usually happens when twisting waist
hello kaith..
‘Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum'
the above signs are mostly of two diseases named urinary tract infection or secondary diabetes..
go to ur family physician for further concern..
wish u a very good health
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severe non stop pain in upper back lower part of shoulder blades in middle. same spot has what looks like huge round bruise been there for over a year now
This could be a small swelling compressing on your nerves causing pain. This is just a possibility. Kindly visit your Doctor and he may examine and recommend appropriate management. You may try taking Pregabalin tablets once a day if the pain is very severe.
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recently i started having back upper back pain that is mild. At times my back feels cold. I also noticed that my left elbow hurts when i touch it and both my legs hurt at times. I have gone to see a doctor and he gave me anti-inflammatory medicine...
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You need to get examined likes detail history of pain, Neurological examination, evaluation of pain characteristics,range and rhythm of spinal movements and You may require investigations like X-ray of spine and if necessary MRI of spine.
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Back pain problem.
Thanks for posting your query.

Common causes of back pain are-

Poor postural habits
Muscular strain
Ligaments sprain
Herniated disc
Spinal stenosis

To allow me to help you better, please let me know if you also have any of the following complaints:
- Pain...
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I am facing back pain? Pls suggest any medicine but should not be alergetic.
Thanks for writing in. Since more information can help a physician help a patient better, I would request you to answer the following questions:
a.     Since when do you have the pain?
b.     What is the exact site of pain- upper, middle or low back?
c.     Is the pain constant or does it come and...
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I get back pain every day morning and gradually it reduce and again next day morning it comes back. I use ‘Sleep well flexi puff’ mattress from last 9 years. I have never get any complain

Thanks for the query

Regarding the back pain which is improves as the day progress (improves with activity) possibilities I can consider in you are Lumbar spondylosis. When spondylosis occurs and compresses the spinal nerve(lumbar radiculopathy) pain, tingling, numbness, and muscle weakness...
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How long does Percocet stay in your system, I gave some to my husband for his back pain after shoveling snow for 4 hours, and now we found out he has to take a urine test this Friday for a new job, the last pill he took was this past Saturday. the pills were 650mg
This generally depends upon the dosage,body weight,metabolic rate etc.
However in general PERCOCET stays in system from 3-8 days and can be detected in urine till that time.
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is it compulsory to do sex after 1 month of pregnancy its normal but have back pain ..
There is no compulsion about sex.If you want to have sex or not is your decision.The usual waiting period is 6-8 weeks after you deliver.Back pain is more common during late stages of pregnancy,not after.
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