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Uterus problem and lower back pain

How is lower back pain and problem in the uterus related?
Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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Hi, Uterus problem is often related to low back pain. Infection or fibroid (tumour) of the uterus may cause dull refered pain. I suggest you to consult a gynaecologist to rule out any uterine disorder and if no problem there. Consult an Orthopaedic surgeon. Wish you good health. Dr. Narendra.
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As the nerves suppying uterus are originated at lumbosacral region of spine, any uterine pathology like fibroid or adenomyosis which leads to stretching of uterus, causes backache.
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since 7monhs iam suffering from back ache before my periods starts .and pain automatically stops after my periods start

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