Heal Your Lower Back Pain With These 5 Yoga Poses
Kidney infections, stones and traumatic bleeding of the kidney (hematoma) are frequently associated with low back pain.
Pregnancy commonly leads to low back pain by mechanically stressing the lumbar spine (changing the normal lumbar curvature) and by the positioning of the baby inside of the abdomen. Additionally, the effects of the female hormone estrogen and the ligament-loosening hormone relaxin may contribute to loosening of the ligaments and structures of the back.
Ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids and endometriosis infrequently causes low back pain.
Low back pain can be caused by tumors, either benign or malignant, that originate in the bone of the spine or pelvis and spinal cord (primary tumors) and those which originate elsewhere and spread to these areas (metastasize). Symptoms range from localized pain to radiating severe pain and loss of nerve and muscle function (even incontinence of urine and stool) depending on whether or not the tumors affect the nervous tissues.
It’s not easy being manly with waves of pain shooting up and down your back. Though you don’t mean to abuse yourself, it’s too easy to lift more than you should or do something to tweak your back. But back pain is not always caused by physical strain. Just like that initial strand of gray hair, the onset of back pain can happen without warning and seemingly without cause.
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