• waiting waiting
    July 13, 2009
    Lower abdominal pain and back pain in women
    waiting waiting
    July 13, 2009

    What causes lower back pain and abdominal pains at the same time? My back and abdominal pain started with just a little nag now and again, but now it's worse. It feels like a continuous menstrual cramps. I am not able to stand too long or sit too long because of my back.

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  • Karen Lee Richards
    Health Guide
    July 14, 2009
    Karen Lee Richards
    Health Guide
    July 14, 2009

    There's no way for me to know what might causing your pain. It could be any number of things, from problems with your spine to muscle issues to some underlying disease. You need to see a doctor who can examine you and perhaps run tests to determine what the problem is.  Anytime you have pain that does not go away or increases in intensity, you should see a doctor about it. 

    Here are some links that might be helpful to you as you're dealing with this:

    Four Good Reasons to Have Spine Surgery

    Cooking to Control Chronic Pain


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  • fatboy300 July 16, 2009
    fatboy300
    July 16, 2009

    The lower back pain and addominal pain are linked meaning your female organs maybe hurting enough to make you think your back is hurting I seriously suggest you see a doctor and let them do some blood test. I wouldn't fool around either and ask non medical people questions when you should be seeing a real doctor

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