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    Lower Back Pain

    Hey guys I got a question, I have a pain in my lower lower back, right above my ass that when I sit in a certain chair, or a seat (like a honda accord seat), my lower back just starts throbing, it hurts more when I breath in. It did this before I worked out so I know its not from working out and ive never hurt my back. It is a pain that feels like its in the joint not in the muscles and I cant figure out how to help it. Anyone know what im talking about, it seems that if I get a pillow and put it under my lower back it eases the pain when im in an uncomfortable chair. I dont know whats wrong w/ it. Any ideas?

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    hmm

    im no expert but i endured lots of pain
    yea, does it pain more when your seated and you bow your head?
    if yes, maby some nerve or a Vertebrate.
    also i recently got an absess, lets hope its not that that your getting, as mine was just below the coxis....
    stretching long is for after workout it prevent all these
    ..

    try to hang.... dont knwo how to say, i dont mean kill you, i dont know how to speak good english....hmmmm a high bar and grab it and let you swing some time.
    and get to a chiro.....
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    yea when im sitting and I bow my lower back starts to hurt. I cant really stay in that position long before it hurts wherre I cant stand it.

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