Low back pain is a common symptom of modern civilized people and it mainly occurs in young men women and children. People who work in chairs without exercising and people who often carry heavy loads are prone to this symptom. It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t Suffered back pain at least once in my life. The causes of low back pain range from simple causes like muscle strains to spinal cancer so low back pain should not be ignored. Pain in the lower back and sacrum may radiate to nearby areas.

Here are some causes of back pain.

1) Backache due to diseases in the back.

2) Back pain caused by gynecological problems.

3) Back pain due to problems in other parts of the body.

1) Back pain caused by back disease:–

a) Injuries :-

1) Spinal compression fractures.

2) Intervertebral disc rupture.

3) Dorsal ligament and muscle injury.

4) lumbosacral strain.

5) Intervertebral joint injury.

6) Fracture of the vertebral process.

b) Functional back pain due to imbalance:-

     1) During pregnancy.

     2) Pot belly.

3) Hip disease.

4) Spinal curvature caused by congenital defects.

5) One leg is short.

c) Back pain due to inflammation:-

1) Bone infection caused by bacteria.

2) Spinal tuberculosis.

     3) Arthritis.

     4) Brucellosis.

5) Low back pain or fibritis.

6) Muscle inflammation.

7) Ankylosing spondylitis.

d) Back pain due to degenerative diseases of the back.

     1) Osteoarthritis.

2) Osteoporosis in the elderly.

3) Intervertebral disc degeneration.

e) Tumour in the spine:–

1) Primary tumors of the spinal skeleton.

2) Metastatic tumors from other sites such as prostate lung kidney and small intestine.

2) Back pain caused by gynecological problems:-

     a) After childbirth.

b) After gynecological surgery.

c) Uterine prolapse.

d) Pelvic inflammatory disease.

e) Cancerous lesions of pelvic organs.

     f) Endometriosis.

3) Back pain due to problems in other parts of the body.

     a) Renal stones.

     b) Ureteric stone.

c) Prostate cancer.

     d) Pancreatitis.

     e) Biliary stones.

     f) Peptic ulcer.

g) Inflammation of the pelvic organs.

h) Aortic and iliac artery occlusion.

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