Lower back pain/ upper thigh pain?

so i woke up yesterday and discovered that my lower back was hurting really bad. it was hurting all day and it still hurts today. then, i developed some upper thigh pains recently too.

i've done nothing to my back. I havent injured it or done anything to it.

it is extremely antagonizing to bend over to. When i go to pick something up off the ground or sit down in a chair, it's unbearable.

do i have a back problem? Is this just a menstrual thing (im a 14 year old female, thats why) or is this just a random ache for no reason!?

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    I cured my sciatica with this natural treatment http://cure-sciatica.info

    Normally, I would not answer a question like this as my expertise is generally in medication but I had severe sciatica while I was pregnant with my 3rd child (after having had twins) and I had sciatica so bad that I was finding it difficult to walk. I tried massage therapy and physical therapy and could not take medication

    I went to the chiropractor and the pain was instantly relieved. My hips and lower back were out of alignment because I had carried twins the year before. On occasion a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) can also work but they usually only work on one joint at a time - the chiropractor will do your whole back which works faster. Anyone who does not believe in chiropractors will tell you they are quacks - don't listen.

    I don't necessarily believe that chiropractors can cure things like diabetes but they can definitely relieve some types of back pain especially if a pinched nerve is involved which is usually the cause of sciatica.

  • Rae
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    The pain radiating from your back injury down your leg(s) is called sciatica. Its caused by a bulging disc putting pressure on a nerve, or degenerative disc disease or disc dissentation. MRI's don't always show the causes of this. CT scans sometimes do. Chiropractic care by a licensed Chiropractor helps, but only after a few months of care. For pain in your neck, you may want to ask for a MRI of your neck, or a c-spine MRI. Good luck!

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  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    It is a fact that no one condition reflects sciatica and it would be prudent to refer to it as a generic medical term encompassing lots of symptoms that taken together describe a lower back pain that a patient suffers from. When someone complains of severe back pain that passes down to legs through his buttocks, even down to his feet and toes, doctors suspect him to be suffering from sciatica. Often sciatica presents itself as numbness or a tingling sensation that may not be anything like the severe pain commonly associated with sciatica. This tingling or numbness may be felt by the person when he engages in some activities.

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  • Anonymous
    7 years ago

    Better consult with a doctor or chiropractor. Chiropractic care can provide excellent relief for lower back pain. A qualified chiropractor can manipulate the disks in your spine, helping them to become re-aligned. This might just provide a long term cure for your back pain, without the need for medications. See your chiropractor to develop your treatment plan.

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  • 4 years ago

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    5 years ago

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