Backpain Overview

Symptoms Of Low Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common neurological ailment affecting men and women equally. Occurring mostly between the age of 30 and 50 years, most of the cases of lower back pain go away within a few days with the exception of few taking much longer to resolve or leading to more serious conditions. Low back pain is accompanied with many causes and symptoms.

Some of the common symptoms of low back pain are:
A pain or ache between the bottom of the robs, at the back, and the top of the legs.
Pain may travel and reach other parts like buttocks, legs and even in to the foot.
Pain may be worsened on bending and while sitting, especially in an easy chair.
Pain may be worsened during coughing or sneezing.
Fever and chills.
history of cancer with recent weight loss or unexplained weight loss
Significant leg weakness
Severe trauma
Walking and running feel better than prolonged sitting or standing
Pain awakens you fromsleep
Pain is accompanied by loss of control of urination or bowel movement
Sudden bowel incontinence
progressive weakness in the legs
continuous and severe abdominal and low back pain
insomnia
Fatique and depressed mood
So these are some of the most important symptoms of low back pain and these require immediate medical attention otherwise would lead to serious complications. It is important to match the symptoms a patient experiences , with the symptoms one would expect based on the physical exam and spme other tests, if all match then the treatment can be focused at the root of the problem, and the chances of success would be greater. If these symptoms are not treated properly then it can make the patient disabled.