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Suggest treatment for persistent sweating and lower back pain

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Posted on Fri, 14 Jul 2017
Question: My body temperature is 95.6. I have sweating on and off and lower back oain
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Answered by Dr. Mahaveer Patil (55 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Hormonal changes / Lumbosacral strain

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thank you for posting the question.
I have gone through your medical history in detail.

Your body temperature is normal but a bit on the lower side.Some hormonal changes in your body may be causing low body temperature with on/off sweating.

Conditions like pheochromocytoma need to be ruled out,as this also can lead to episodes of on/off sweating.
I would advice you to consult a good endocrinologist and get the necessary investigations done.

Low back pain can be caused by various reasons like strain,muscle spasm,intervertebral disc lesions etc.
An Xray of lumbosacral spine will help to rule out these conditions.

Till then,you can take muscle relaxant analgesic tablets with local gel application.

I hope the answer was useful.

Feel free to ask me any follow up queries that you may have.

Thank you.
Kind regards.

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Suggest treatment for persistent sweating and lower back pain

Brief Answer: Hormonal changes / Lumbosacral strain Detailed Answer: Hi, Thank you for posting the question. I have gone through your medical history in detail. Your body temperature is normal but a bit on the lower side.Some hormonal changes in your body may be causing low body temperature with on/off sweating. Conditions like pheochromocytoma need to be ruled out,as this also can lead to episodes of on/off sweating. I would advice you to consult a good endocrinologist and get the necessary investigations done. Low back pain can be caused by various reasons like strain,muscle spasm,intervertebral disc lesions etc. An Xray of lumbosacral spine will help to rule out these conditions. Till then,you can take muscle relaxant analgesic tablets with local gel application. I hope the answer was useful. Feel free to ask me any follow up queries that you may have. Thank you. Kind regards.