Lower Back Pain

What Is Discogenic Back Pain?

Discogenic back pain refers to back pain that is caused as a result of degeneration or wearing out of lumber intervertebral discs. Also known as lumbar disc pain, this form of back pain usually occurs in the high age group.

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Know All About Sacrum Pain

Sacrum pain is defined as a sharp and biting pain in the lower back that sometimes may extend to the butt. This kind of back pain affects the sacrum, which is the lowest part of the spine.

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Chronic Neurological Low Back Pain

A chronic back pain is the last thing that perhaps one would like to go in for. You may end up being extremely weak and numb after experiencing the pangs of pain. More to its credit as patients have said that the pain is unbearable and may impale you from doing anything for days at a stretch.

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Are You Suffering From Chronic Mechanical Low Back Pain?

The lower back pain is one of the most common ailments, today. Due to the increased work-related stress and wrong postures adopted by people today, you have about 50% of the entire human population complain of some kind of back pain or the other. It could range anything from acute to chronic.

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Low Back Pain Is Common

Low back pain is the common phenomenon of this world. As to how common it is can be judged by seeing recent statistics (declared in 2001). In the United States of America, 55 per cent of the population was found to be suffering from Low Back Pain while in the United Kingdom, the percentage was about 40 per cent.

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The cervical cancer occurs near this area where the uterus and the vagina meet. Usually the onset of the caner is without any symptoms. It takes many years to develop and then to show any symptom.

 

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A Look At Pyloric Stenosis

Pyloric stenosis is a type of stenosis that usually affects infants. Pyloric stenosis occurs when the pylorus muscles becomes enlarged and prevents the passage of food.  What exactly is the  pylorus?

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Lower Lumbar Back Pain

The lumbar portion of the spine is the area just above your buttocks. This lowermost part of the spine is further joined to the skeletal structure of the legs.

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Lumbar Stenosis

Usually, lumbar stenosis is an age-related problem as it usually occurs in people over the age of 50. The symptoms of this disease include weakness, numbness, pain or a camping feeling in the legs, back.

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