I have studied your case.
Gyaenacological reasons may also lead to back pain
but first you need to correct structural problems if they are present.
When such patient comes to my hospital we usually take x ray
spine or if required MRI to see for any nerve
Medication like methylcobalamine and analgesic
will reduce pain; you can take them consulting your treating doctor.
Some exercises which can be done after pain has reduced include- Spine extension exercises, lying on your stomach flat lift leg 6 inches from ground, do it for other leg.
Now lift both hand and leg simultaneously, 6 inch off the ground and stay
Position for around 10 breathes. Core stabilizing spine exercises will help.
You may consult physiotherapist for further guidance. He may start TENS, or ultrasound
which is helpful in your case.
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