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I've been having lower backache for a couple of weeks now and I was wondering if any of you kind people might be able to shed some light on what could be possible causes for this. The ache seems to be a 6 to 8 inch band located in the pit of my back, and will now and again throb to a mild pain. It's not severe, it's just there, and as such I am aware of it and find myself moving more carefully. The ache does change with movement, sometimes getting worse, but also sometimes easing slightly.
So you all know, I have been diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, CFS/ME and IBS and currently under investigation for Inflammatory Bowel Disease, all of which have left me pretty much housebound for the last year. I also had a lower back X-Ray a couple of years ago and my spine showed signs of wear and tear, but the doctor said that this was quite normal for someone of my age, and for the type of work I used to do.
Does anyone have any ideas of the possible causes for this constant backache I am getting? Any ideas and comments would be greatly appreciated.
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