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Why sometimes pain starts in my back from top to bottom ..at work or like that..and gradually it starts decreasing on rest..
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It means ur bones are week While working u get tired n on rest u feel better Get ur vit B12 TSH tests done Both fasting
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May be due to ur wrong posturus
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Identity the stressful positions that you have through the day and tryna change them with more healthier positions. Also strengthening back muscles would help.
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Can happen if sitting for long time and bad posture. Can do exercises and take medication for few days. Consult now to start proper medication
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Need to get some blood tests done
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