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Muscle Spasms

drucksddrucks Posts: 14
edited 08/26/2015 - 7:20 AM in Chronic Pain
Hello. I have posting something similar prior but have only received 1 response.

Is there anyone out there that receive lower back muscle spasm that feels like your back locks up on you, preventing you from moving? It has happened to me while walking, standing up from a sitting position, etc.

I also receive muscle spasms when waking up in the morning if I get up or turn to quickly. I receive them if my husband rolls over and the movement he creates transfer to my side of the bed.

I am getting nervous because it has happening quote often now. Thank you.
Lumbar Radiculopathy
L4 - L5 Diffused Annular Disc Bulge
L5 - S1 Diffuse Concentric Disc Bulge, caused neural foraminal canal narrowing bilaterally, left more significant
Sciatic pain on left left


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