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Lower back pain, MRI showed inflamed spine. Prescribed Tramadol. Possibility of Fibromyalgia. Nausea feeling, light headed. Cause?

I have had really bad back lower back pain in my tailbone, I was just in the hospital last Monday 10-07-13 through Friday 10-11-13 where they did an MRI of my spine and said my spine is inflamed. They put me on Tramadol and I have to use a walker until It is better as I have fallen a few times(once in the hospital last week), and they do not want me doing any bending, pushing, pulling, lifting, twisting, turning, or anything else that aggravates it. They said I could have fibromyalgia and/or rhumetoid arthritis starting. Today I was in church on the hard pews, and all of a sudden I got clammy, cold, nausesas, and felt light headed, like I was going to faint. I had to get up and within a few minutes of standing I felt better. What could cause this?
Asked On : Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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Hi, it appears to be due to the pain at the site while doing some prohibited movement, that is why you had such syncope feeling, and when you stand up, the pressure is released and the feeling has gone.
Other possibility is the tramadol, which in some people show vomiting sensation, and giddy ness. Any how you are relieved of it. Thank you.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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