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Have wear and tear to the spine. Constipation, sleeplessness. What is going on?

I waiting to go for a ct scan . I have been told I have wear and tear to my spine . I m in pain every day I can t stand up right when I do I m in pain,my arms are hurting I can t go poo very good, when I do it hurts and I can t push and its hard all the time. I can t sleep at night. What s going on with me. I m 45 years old.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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Welcome to the forum. I can understand your restlessness. Try to have patience and get CT done, get investigated well and co-operate with the treating doctor. If you are unable to cope up with your situation get admitted in a hospital.

You will be taken care of your pain and sleeplessness. To get rid of constipation take some laxative at bed time with sufficient water. Do not strain if it causes you pain or hurts you.

Take liquid or semi sold diet. Change your mattress and get a more comfortable one. Take care.
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