This question was answered on Tue 24, Nov 2009 08:14am by Dr. Srivastava

pain in lower back right side, fatigue, light headed and dizziness.

    
Asked by asperez671 (Female; 47; hypertension, smoker.; Relevant drugs:no medication ) on Mon 23, Nov 2009 07:02am

pain in lower back right side, fatigue, light headed and dizziness. Having hard time sleeping, just a few hours (3-4) max. before the pain kicks in.

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Answer by Dr. Srivastava  on Tue 24, Nov 2009 08:14am:

Hi, I sympathize with your health concern but without being able to examine you it will be quite difficult for us to provide any precise opinion here. I think apart from other symptoms lower back pain is a more worrying condition. Lower back pain can arise due to muscle spasm, spinal disc prolapse and spinal nerve irritation (that may also cause dizziness). I would suggest consulting an orthopedician for further assessment & advice here. Hope this helps.
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