A pervasive problem as people move into their middle years is lower back pain. Your body requires a lot from your lower back, so aches and pains there should not be taken lightly. There are many associations between medical conditions and lower back pain, each of which deserves a medical evaluation. If trouble urinating follows the lower back pain, cramping in the feet, or difficulty in moving the legs, then it is most likely because of the spinal cord. Spinal injury can cause neural lapses, resulting in back pain. In order to prevent the likelihood of paralysis, seek medical attention as soon as you experience back pain with these accompanying symptoms.
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