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Lower back when sitting for long time
Hi, I am getting pain in my lower back since last 2 weeks when I sit for 1-2 hours. And it goes away when I stand and walk. I also feel better after applying iodex or balm. Can you tell me what is it? And how to treat it?
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Just relax and don’t exert your back. Take sos painkillers will become alright. Thanks
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This pain is mostly because of acute muscle spasm in lower back region.. Might have occurred due to some heavy weight lifting or jerk while working..
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You can start with hot fomentation,  take analgesic with muscle relaxant tablet,  apply analgesic ointment locally. Plan for getting one x ray of lumbar spine if pain doesn't settle down .
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Avoid heavy work,  avoid sitting down,  avoid Indian toilet,  avoid forward bending..
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