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Pain in lower back. Taking arthrotec 50. Not cured, difficulty in breathing. What is the treatment?

Hi, I have really bad pain in my lower back, i have had it for a little while now and it jus seems to be getting worse by the day, i have been to my doctors a number of times and he has given me arthrotec 50, but this isnt doin anythin. i am now at the point where i am walkin funny and it hurts when i breath out. Im at a lose right now and dont know wot to do. Alan
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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You seem to be barking at the wrong tree now. YOu should infact see a specialist now. Since the current treatment has not helped you even for long time. You are not getting right about the treatment.

A pain when you breath out is during expiration, where no muscle is actively involved is something bothersome. it is not muscular then. Meet a competent specialist who can run some tests to determine the cause of the pain. I am unable to advise you the specialist because the query is insufficient to guide.

You can meet a Orthopedic Surgeon. Your current doctor can guide you as well.
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