Back Pain Causes
Back pain causes do not only relate to injuries it can be part of a disease process or as a result of a problem elsewhere. Some back problems are resolved when the initial medical condition has been treated.
Gynaecological problems in women
Women who suffers from heavy menstrual periods will recognise the back pain which accompanies menstration. Fortunately once your period ends the back pain usually improves.
Those who may be suffering from pelvic inflammatory disease or endometriosis can also experience lower back pain, but once these conditions are treated appropriately the back pain will be relieved.
Pregnancy can also cause back problems not previously experienced. The pain is often resolved once the baby is born, however occasionally the damage does not seem to repair to a pre-pregnancy state immediately and care needs to be taken until your back muscles become stronger.
Kidney stones or kidney infections
These can also cause severe back pain, fortunately once the stones or infection or condition is resolved the back pain also is relieved. Back pain causes hours of discomfort as well as loss of earnings and requires fast ,efficient diagnosis and treatment.
Such as congenital (something you are born with) spinal defects, bone diseases or a cancer that may have spread to the spine calls for pain management treatment, this will usually be co-ordinated though a pain management team.