low constant back pain

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For a week now I have had constant right side just off spine back pain. No matter what position I am in even lying down it is still there.

It worries me that lying down does not relieve it as I stupidly googled It and scared myself silly.

Does anyone else have low back pain that is the same lying down.

My mind is really worry now.

Any help appreciated


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    I had that last year started in my left side above my ribs then moved down my back lower down one leg like sciatia now after having physio and hydro and a mri scan my lower disc S1 I have DDD both my legs are numb feet the same and now my fingers and hands are numb I take amitriptyline for sleeping and tramadol for the pain

    I would get it check out the longer you leave it the worst it will get my started in nov 2013

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      Hi Marshall

      Thank you for replying. Did your pain ease or go when lying down this is what worries me.

      I also get it going down leg my right. It is a sickening pain

      Would help to know I am not the only one with it constantly most sites say it should ease with rest

      Appreciate a reply



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      No the pain was more when I was lying down the whole leg would go numb I was not getting any sleep at all my left side still hurts now and that's since 2013 pins and needles you may have sciatia are you taking anything?
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    Please send me a photo of the patient with name alongwith medical diagnose details. I will try to cure this problem. I think I Can, Give me only 30 minutes for a try, you will feel relaxed. Dr. Jagadeesh Pillai. 
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