There could be a number of things causing your back pain. I have back pain issues myself so you have my sympathies. You say "suddenly" you have back pain and it hurts very time you move. My advice is to make an appointment with your family doctor asap. Any sudden pain or new pain
needs to be discussed with your doctor. If I were you, I wouldn't try to
self diagnose. Make a doctor's appointment and let your doctor tell you
what's wrong. If need be, your doctor can refer you to a chiropracter.
There are a number of reasons for sudden back pain. I would suggest
a visit to the doctor as soon as you can. If you say your back hurts every
time you move, that must be horrible. Good luck , Andrea.
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