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What Is This Back Pain On The Right Side Of My Back From

Lower back pain on my right side?

I have a pain in my back on the lower right side. It doesnt hurt when im not moving, or anything, however, whenever i use my right leg, it hurts, only when im using it as support or walking on it. I like to do a lot of running so it is a bit of an annoyance. Was just wondering if anyone could tell me what it is and how to sort it out?

Thanks a lot.

Pain in back and right side 34 weeks pregnant?

i had these that started at 32 weeks. stitch-type pain on my side. its the ligaments stretching and only rest can help it. i found that when i woke up in the morning i would be ok for about 10 min then it would come back again! ahhhh
and its the position of the baby too. somtimes they sit on the nerves and this causes the pain, and also back pain coz of the pressure.
I was induced with my first coz she was 10 days over and no sign of wanting to come out!
but with my second, i got slight tightening pain in my lower abdomen. Its very similar to period cramps.
I still had to be induced coz they were getting stronger but it went on for 3 days and i had enough!
when you feel tight period-type cramps (but alot worse of course) then this is the beginning of contractions. but it doesnt seem like you will go anytime soon, coz the side pain and back pain are from what i said above.
you will be relieved to know the pain will go away after bub is born (oh, so long away) but just relax and dont lift anything too heavy coz this will aggrivate it.
Hope all goes well and you feel better soon.

What causes pain on the right side towards my back?

'Back pain on the right side' is a pretty vague statement and could be due to numerous reasons. Causes can include a muscle sprain/spasm, vertebral column anomalies, disk herniation, ankylosing spondylitis, sciatica, infections such as pyelonephritis, UTI, pancreatitis, costochondritis, diverticulitis etc. The best solution for you is to seek a professional opinion. Either visit a doctor or talk to one online, like at You need to provide a proper history of the nature of the pain including location, character, severity, radiation, aggravating/relieving factors and associated symptoms (fever, pain while urinating, abdominal pain, appetite changes, history of trauma/injury etc.) You will likely be advised some tests based on this and then you can take it from there. In the meantime, try massage techniques or basic yoga/stretching (supervised of course), and see if there is any improvement.

Sharp pain in lower right back?

Today is the 3rd day that ive notice these sharp painfull pains on my right lower back. They come out of nowhere. Im driving and all of a suddlen i get them.each day i get them more n more. But if i massage where it hurts i can feel the pain as it were sore

What causes pain on the right side of my back just below my rib cage?

Keep an eye on your gallbladder. In my case I had EXTREME & unbearable pain, nausea, diarrhea & sweating when I had issues with my gallbladder. By the time a doc finally actually tried to figure out what was happening rather than treating me as a drug seeker it had been almost 2 years of horrible issues. But the problems started somewhere so I wouldn't be surprised if it did start with pressure. I just can't remember because the whole experience really was terrible & almost traumatic. I would definitely pay good attention for the pressure to get more intense or any new symptoms. Depending on how bad it is or how long you have noticed this I would consider seeing a doctor sooner rather than later.

Back pain in my middle-left side.?

it just started up a few days ago, at first i thought maybe i slept wrong or that maybe i needed to pop my back, but it wont pop and its still killing me after 3 days. if im just in a still position its fine, but if i stand, walk, or shift my body in any which way, it is a sharp pain.
its in the middle part of my back, to the left of my spine. i had my boyfriend rub on it for a a little the other night and it was a nice/painful feeling. i was hoping it would get better after a few days stretching it but it seems to still be here the same.
i drink plenty of water and i am very active, and i have never suffered from any other types of back pain ever in my life. this is really the first one.
does anyone know what it might be?
it doesnt hurt when i breathe,
it espicially hurts if im in a lay down position and shift my lower half or try to get up?

if anyone has any ideas or is experiencing the same thing as me please let me know. i would like to avoid going to the doctor unless yahooanswers cant help me. or unless it continues to get worse. thank you and 10pts awarded to best answer.

Lower back pain (on right side) hurts when I breath deep... should I go to the ER? no health insurance.?

When I'm sitting still I'm feel ok, but otherwise have bad lower back pain on my right side. Not sure what it is? hurt when I take a deep breath or cough. Had it for almost a day... wondering if it's worth a trip to the ER. No heath care, so it's that or wait it out. Any suggestions?

Why does the upper right side of my back hurt?

Upper and middle back pain can occur anywhere from the base of your neck to the bottom of your rib cage .Your ribs attach to a long, flat bone in the center of the chest called the sternum and attach to and wrap around your back. If a nerve in this area is pinched, irritated, or injured, you may also feel pain in other places where the nerve travels, such as your arms, legs, chest, and belly.The upper and middle back (called the thoracic spine) has:12 vertebrae. These bones attach to your rib cage. They make up the longest part of your back.Discs that separate each vertebra and absorb shock as you move.Muscles and ligaments that hold the spine together.See a picture of the spine .Upper and middle back pain is not as common as low back pain or neck pain, because the bones in this area of the back don't flex or move as much as the bones in your lower back or neck. Instead, they work with the ribs to keep the back stable and help protect vital organs, such as the heart and lungs.What causes upper and middle back pain?Upper and middle back pain may be caused by:Overuse, muscle strain, or injury to the muscles, ligaments, and discs that support your spine.Poor posture.Pressure on the spinal nervesspinal nerves from certain problems, such as a herniated disc.A fracture of one of the vertebrae.OsteoarthritisOsteoarthritis caused by the breakdown of cartilage that cushions the small facet joints in the spine.Myofascial painMyofascial pain that affects the connective tissue of a muscle or group of muscles.In rare cases, pain may be caused by other problems, such as gallbladder disease, cancer, or an infection.