I do have a number of back problems... but I am wondering if anyone else has this symptom:
When I sit (for example in a recliner or in a chair with my legs on a ottoman) my back feels like it is popping or moving out of joint? I am not moving - just sitting there but I can feel this popping,
it's not subtle at all. Almost like very large gas bubbles in my spine (I swear, it's NOT gas - so no jokes...LOL)
Anyone else experience a popping sensation in their back (lumbar)? If so, have you asked your doctor what it could be?
I know its 2 yrs later, If u found out why please tell..I am a mother as well, 2 boys, have been active forever. I started w/back prob 2003 1st surgery on back, 2 yrs ago neck surgery (fusion) spine problems, disc problems arthritis, tried spinal injections, bp went sky high, pain increased, started feelin better 2 weeks ago, and I laid into bed, lefted left leg to put pillow between, pop on left side on spine. tears immediately, been laid up for 4 days now, still random popping that keels me over into pain when standing still, never mind stairs, constant popping n severe shoot of pain at same time, I think my disk blew? what hav u found out. I'm tryin to prolong surgeries I'm 34. But thinking this is it unfortunately it just went. What have u found out, i'm frustrated.
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