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    back pain or what?

    Ok, this is kinda of personal but my new boyfriend and I were having sex last Friday night and were very rambucious. The next morning when I sat up in my chair I was sent into moderate AD. Sweating and spasms, no headache. I took 4 ibuprofen (200mg each) and skelaxin and it helped relieve the pain but then when I layed down it hurt again but only for a few minutes. It's been like that all week. I saw my doctor on Thursday and he said I probably didn't pop anything out of place unless I fell hard on it. He gave me some percocet and if I'm still hurting on Monday he'll send me for xrays. Does this sound muscular?

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    I'm not sure what it sounds like. You don't say where the pain is or describe it. Also, any increased BP? Any problems with bowel or bladder?

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    The problem is, I can't describe the pain or where it's coming from. All I know is that it kicks off AD when I change positions. Mainly, going from lying down to sitting in the morning. I don't know if my BP is changing but I suspect it is b/c of the AD symptoms. No bowel or bladder problems. It's harder for me to stretch forward lately, too.

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    If you are still having problems, I would suggest that you take your BP the next time it happens and monitor it for a few minutes until it disappears. I would also get back to the doc and let her/him know you are still having problems.


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