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February 13, 2019

25 Reasons to Visit an ER Back Pain for Men

25 Reasons to Visit an ER Back Pain for Men

Back pain is a common condition for most men, especially those that do work and exercises that are physically exerting. Most of the time the back pain can be handled with at-home remedies such as rest as well as over-the-counter medication. However, there are situations where one could have bitten more than they can chew as far as back pain is concerned and as such may need to visit an ER to be assessed. This article will look to shine a spotlight on some of these situations that should lead to a visit to an ER as far as back pain for men is concerned.

One of the main reasons to visit an ER is if you are experiencing back pain accompanied by an unresponsive fever. This usually indicates an infection and should be taken seriously.

If you start experiencing back pain after an injury or trauma such as a fall from a height or a car accident, then you should also head over to the ER as soon as possible to be assessed.

If you are also experiencing back pain that is being accompanied by a feeling of numbness, then visiting an ER should be next on your agenda.

Another reason for men to visit an ER for back pain is if they are experiencing back pain and a tingling or prickly feeling. This is indicative of nerve irritation or even nerve damage and should thus be taken seriously.

If one is experiencing back pain as well as loss of bowel control, then he should head over to the ER as soon as possible.

Speaking of incontinence, if one is also experiencing back pain as well as a loss of bladder control, then visiting an ER should be next on their agenda as recommended by the experts over frontlineer.com.

If one is also experiencing back pain that is accompanied with pain while urinating, then they should also head over to the ER to be assessed.

If one is also experiencing back pain and they also have a medical history of cancer, then they should head over to the ER as soon as they can.

Those that are living with HIV/AIDS should also take back pain seriously and visit an ER if they start experiencing persistent, unexplained back pain.

If you start experiencing back pain and are taking drugs that are suppressing your immune system, or even surgery, then you should also visit an ER.

Men who have been taking steroids for a prolonged period should also visit an ER if they start experiencing an unexplained back pain.

If you are also experiencing back pain as well as a phenomenon called foot drop, which as is explained over at frontlineer.com is basically your toes dragging along the ground while walking which means to avoid this you have to lift your feet higher, then you also have to visit an ER.

If you are experiencing severe back pain that only flares up during night time, making it impossible to sleep, then you should visit an ER as soon as possible.

Another reason for men to visit an ER for back pain is if the back pain is being accompanied by an unexplained loss of weight.

While back pain can normally be managed by home remedies and medication, if you are experiencing back pain that is persistent, for a period of more than after two weeks, you should also visit an ER.

Unexplained back pain in men older than 70 years is also another reason to ensure they visit an ER as at that age they are more vulnerable to infection and tumors.

Another reason to visit an ER is the experiencing of back pain in men who have been on IV medication for a while.

Another reason put forward by the experts over at frontlineer.com is that men experiencing back pain as well as leg weakness should also visit an ER as soon as they can.

If you are also experiencing back pain, followed by a feeling to pee but when you go to the washroom nothing comes out, then you should visit an ER as well.

If you are also experiencing back pain that is so severe you can’t perform daily activities, then you should also visit an ER as well.

Another reason for men to visit an ER is if the back pain is accompanied by shooting pain down the arms and legs.

If on top of the back pain you are also experiencing problems with balance, you should also head over to the ER to be assessed.

If you are also experiencing back pain as well as persistent stiffness especially in the limbs, you should also visit an ER as soon as you can.

Also, as is discussed over at frontlineer.com, if you are experiencing back pain accompanied by extreme rigidness in the back, then you should also visit an ER as soon as you can as this is a sign of Ankylosing Spondylitis.

Another reason for men to visit an ER for back pain is if the back pain is accompanied by vomiting and nausea.

The above are some of the reasons that should lead to a visit to the ER as far as back pain in men is concerned. As usual, the above is just the tip of a very big iceberg, with more on this topic and others to be found over at frontlineer.com.

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