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clunk clunk

LadyBugLLadyBug Posts: 851
edited 06/11/2012 - 7:22 AM in Lower Back Pain
Hello, my problems are to do with my neck, but lately ive noticed this clunk clunk i mean literally two clunks in my lower back i can even hear it,i can feel it.only hurts for a quick minute while it is clunking,anyone had this? is it anything to worry about? im not sure if i want to mention it to my N.S. appt. today
my mri have shown a few problems in lower back but they say nothing to worry about
i do get sciatica once in a while, but i can relieve it by just moving,
my lower back like the coccyx area is tender, i was just thinking prolly was do to so much sitting lately, but not sure,i have been sitting on pillow just under butt cheeks and upper legs and having nothing touch coccyx area it seems to help for a little while
Im not sure if im making much sense but i thought i would just ask.

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  • mention it to NS. They would want to know. We tend to downplay anything happening back there but your NS could determine if it is related. Good luck.
  • the surgeon needs to know all.
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