What can I do for my back thats hurts?

What can I do for my back thats hurts? Im under 18 and lower back is always hurting. My parents say im too young for my back to be hurting and dont b...

What can I do for my back thats hurts?
Im under 18 and lower back is always hurting.
My parents say im too young for my back to be hurting and dont believe me.

What can i do to stop/lessen the hurting in my back?

Best answer(s):

Answer by ?
I have your same problem , just beg to go to a chiropractor to be examed, they work MIRACLES. Also ,sit up straight ALLLLL the time, and hot showers and heating pads work . Buttt deffinetly try as hard as possible to get to a chriopracter.

Answer by Dustin Horne
Pain meds would be the best but you would need a prescription from A doctor for that i would say but Motrin Advil Motrion is an inflammatory which would help and its for pain so if its a muscle or something inflamed it would help alot

Answer by Yahwhon
Tell your parents they are wrong! Anyone can have or get a bad back, you may have lifted something wrong or twisted the wrong way etc. It may be just muscle soreness or spasm in which case take a pain killer, get someone to rub in some deep heat etc that will help, or you may have done some serious damage such as a herniated disc, your best bet would be to go and see your doctor and tell him, back pain can be forever if serious, have a hot shower and lay down.

Answer by Douglas B
You have pinched muscles in your back giving you that pain. To get rid of it you have to free up your back muscles and here’s how to do that:
(do from a sitting position)
Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body. Place your right hand over your left shoulder, fingers over the back and the palm in the front and firmly pull down on them and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward and to the outside of your left leg, keeping your left arm fairly straight as you do. When you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, release the pressure but rest there for another 30 seconds. Then reverse your hand positions and do your right side.
For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.

Answer by William
People under 18 may hurt themselves unknowingly due to active activities. Are you categories yourself as an active person? If yes, please go to a local hospital to do a X-ray, because you may fracture your bone.

If you are a careful/non-active person, you may try the following methods to relief your back pain.

1. Cognitive/behavioral techniques such as relaxation (include quiet breathing, deep breathing, or progressive relaxation), distraction (i.e., focusing your attention on something else), and visualization (involves the use of a personal symbol to imagine the transformation of pain; for example, you might imagine the pain as a red hot fire and then visualize the pain diminishing as the fire is put out by water) and mind/body techniques (such as, Meditation).

2. Physiatric techniques include a variety of methods including therapeutic exercise (include stretching, strengthening, and conditioning) and assistive devices (such as wraps, pressure stockings, or pneumatic pump devices).

3. Massage – you can add vibration (using devices) and/or heat (warm compress) to a massage.

4. Hypnosis – under hypnosis, a patient enters a state of deep relaxation and then is given simple suggestions to experience the pain in a different way.

5. Acupuncture – works by activating one’s own pain control system in the spinal cord and brain.

6. Heat and Cold – Heat may relieve sore muscles, while cold may numb the pain. For cold, try plastic gel packs that remain soft even when frozen. For both, do not use them for more than 10 minutes at a time.

7. Meditation – a form of mind-body medicine used to help relax the body and quiet the mind. Meditation can be practiced as focusing attention on something, like a word or phrase, an object, or the breath. You wife may sit, lie down, walk, or be in any other position that makes them feel comfortable.

1. NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) – are used primarily to treat inflammation, headache, muscle soreness from strains or other injuries, arthritis, mild to moderate pain, and fever. You can choose one of the following NSAIDs to treat your back pain.

The following list contains only NSAIDs that are commonly used:
– aspirin Salsalate (Amigesic)
– celecoxib (Celebrex),
– diclofenac (Voltaren),
– etodolac (Lodine),
– ibuprofen (Motrin),
– indomethacin (Indocin),
– ketoprofen (Orudis),
– ketorolac (Toradol),
– nabumetone (Relafen),
– naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn),
– oxaprozin (Daypro),
– piroxicam (Feldene),
– sulindac (Clinoril), and
– tolmetin (Tolectin).

Your back pain could cause by muscle soreness from strains. So, you can take a muscle relaxant for your back pain such as

– Baclofen
– Anarex (combination of Orphenadrine citrate 35mg & Paracetamol)

If back pain persist, please consult your local doctor.
Good luck!!!

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