Dear User,Thank you for your question.Hi user, we have a few questions for you, how old are you? Did you hurt yourself in the back ? Does your pain radiate towards your thighs and feet?Most commonly, mechanical issues and soft-tissue injuries are the cause of low back pain. These injuries can include damage to the intervertebral discs, compression of nerve roots, and improper movement of the spinal joints. The single most common cause of lower back pain is a torn or pulled muscle and/or ligament.The kind of back pain that follows heavy lifting or exercising too hard is often caused by muscle strain. But sometimes back pain can be related to a disc that bulges or ruptures. If a bulging or ruptured disc presses on the sciatic nerve, pain may run from the buttock down one leg. This is called sciatica.If the problem is sciatica, then you will need orthopedic help. Do not ignore the pain. You have to see a doctor, Your doctor will probably need to order X-rays, CT or MRI scans before starting treatmentHome Care for Low Back PainBack pain due to muscle strain will usually get better on its own, but you can take steps to make yourself more comfortable. A heating pad or warm baths may provide temporary pain relief.But if the problem is muscle strain, doctors recommend returning to your normal activities as soon as possible. Studies suggest that any more than a day or two of bed rest can actually make the pain worse and may reduce muscle tone and flexibility.Pain-relieving creams may be helpful for muscle aches. For severe pain or chronic pain, your doctor may recommend prescription medication.I hope we have helped you.If you have any further questions please contact Maya Apa again,Always by your side,Maya Apa.
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