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Mike says: I faced this lower back pain for almost 2 months and thinking it would go away in a while I was taking pain killers almost everyday because I was studying abroad. When it didn’t go away, I came back to my country and got it checked. So, I was diagnosed with ‘Spinal Tuberculosis’ or ‘ Potts Spine’ and now after a year of treatment I feel fine. But the pain really sucks tbh!
What are the symptoms of low back pain?
Low back pain is classified as acute (or short term) and chronic. Acute low back pain lasts from a few days to a few weeks. Most acute low back pain will resolve on its own. Chronic low back pain lasts for more than 3 months and often gets worse. The cause of chronic low back pain can be hard to find. These are the most common symptoms of low back pain. Symptoms may include discomfort or pain in the lower back that is:
- Sharp or dull
- Well-defined or vague
The pain may radiate into one or both buttocks or even into the thigh or hip area. The symptoms of low back pain may look like other health problems. Always see your healthcare provider for a diagnosis.