Lower back pain, especially when i breath in.

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Hi all,

Sorry if i posted before, my computer went down and post was half finished.

Ive had an ache in my lower back for around a week and have put it down to sitting on a new office chair after reading about posture strain. My question is though to anyone who may of had the same and if there is a connection to the pain when breathing in deeply in the morning. It feels like i need the toilet but dont.

Obviously ill have to start using a different chair, but could these be connected?

Many thanks for any advice.

 

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    do you mean; bladder or bowel???
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      i think i mean bladder? the main source pin pointed is my lower back but it seems to hurt my bladder when i breath in deeply, could it be connected and the pain when i breath is due to the lower back pain...if that makes any sense
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    Hi;

    It may be an idea tovisit the GP; it could be an infection.

    Liquorice tablets can kill some bad bacteria if you are not able to get to a Gp straight away; you will also need to introduce some 'good bacteria' in the meantime; garlic is a natural anti-inflammatory / anti-oxidant.. in the interim.

     

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      Since my last message i took on the garlic and it seems to of eased, still there but lifting..I never knew that about Liquorice1 well you live and learn!!

      Many thanks

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