Back pain?

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Mrxxxx
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Back pain?

Postby Mrxxxx » September 18th, 2015, 7:18 pm

Hi all

I usually wear 600-900g. I've not had a problem for several months but all of a sudden when I put on my weights I feel discomfort in my back along one side. There is no discomfort in my testicles or in the cremaster at all when wearing the weights.

Has anyone else experienced this?

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Re: Back pain?

Postby tundraman » September 18th, 2015, 8:28 pm

The only times I get any back pain is when I have picked up something too heavy incorrectly or when I have sat around too long. I started walking my dog twice a day and haven't had a back ache since.
You may be walking or sitting oddly with the weight. I haven't heard of the weights causing back pain but there may be some connection or just coincidence. It's easy to remove some or all the weight and see. A normal back muscle strain takes nearly a week to heal. Lower vertebrae issues from poor posture vary. I have gone in and had an inexpensive urinalysis done a few times to be sure it wasn't a kidney infection when I had back pains that I couldn't attribute to something I had done. The kidneys transmit pain and inflammation as lower back pain.
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Mrxxxx
Posts: 36
Joined: August 14th, 2014, 6:46 pm
Time stretching?: 3 years, on and off
Stretching usage: 40mm steel 650g, 32mm ID
20mm steel 32mm ID
Your hang: 4inches
Stretching intensity: Few hours per week
Are you pierced?: No

Re: Back pain?

Postby Mrxxxx » September 18th, 2015, 8:57 pm

Thanks for your reply. There is no discomfort without the weights. As soon as I add some weight I feel a slight pain coming from the right of my back . Strange!

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tundraman
Posts: 1390
Joined: April 25th, 2012, 11:11 am
Sexuality: Bisexual
Time stretching?: 3 + years
Stretching usage: WMCs
Your hang: free 6.5 inch
Stretching intensity: 24/7/365 until I reached my goal.
Now I only stretch when I feel like it.
Height and weight: 70 inch, 155 pounds
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

Re: Back pain?

Postby tundraman » September 19th, 2015, 12:58 pm

Since the creamaster attaches to the internal oblique muscle and the pain is only when weighted, I suspect you have a strain in it. Here is the wiki article on it's anatomy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdominal ... que_muscle
See if the muscle or it's attachment points align with where your pain is. The inner and outer oblique muscles are hard working muscles that get little rest. Together they pull your waist in and support just about every activity and motion of your body core. The inner oblique is just under the outer oblique and runs perpendicular to it from the front center attachments diagonally down to your pelvic bone and to the lower back attachment.
The internal oblique is normally injured in sports by fast twisting motions like tennis and bowling. It also mostly compresses your abdomen for exhaling to aid the diaphragm. Couching and sneezing put it under great stress and is why the weights need to be removed when you are ill. A strain takes 48 hours or up to 6 weeks to fully heal depending on severity.
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