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severe lower back pain- so bad i cant easily get out of bed

muffinmmuffin Posts: 1
edited 11/05/2015 - 12:09 AM in Lower Back Pain
HI guys,

pls if u can help me out. im 30 yrs old female with a 2 yr old daughter. So some months back, started having lower back pain, real low ,,but not severe. i just couldn't really bend over the toilet sink with to brush my teeth without a bit of pain.

about a week ago, when i was about to stand up form bed, i had this pain/heaviness in my lower back /butt that felt so painful but got better as the day went on.Thats how iv been feeling now. wake up with severe pain, i cant even stand and then move around it gets better a bit.

When i sit at work, and slouch a bit)to put pressure on that part) , its so painful . i dont understand whats going on..the place itself is not sore to the touch at all. infact i can run, but when i sit down and slouch a bit or bend forward, i feel pain. The most horrible part is getting out of bed (i dont feel the pain when i wake up, it just kills me when i stand up and put weigh on that area, i have to fall back down.

planning to see my GP this Saturday? any ideas

thanks a lot

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