Definition:  Chronic Pain (lumbago) or acute (lumbago) of the region lumbar paravertebral, which testifies to articular or discal intervertebral pain with a muscular component.

Symptoms of the disease (Source)

  • Muscle injury, sprained ligaments, ruptured and displaced disc:
    In the case of a muscle lesion, low back pain (or lower back pain in the lower back) occurs suddenly, most often due to a false movement. The pain is usually manifested by an intense contraction of the muscles. The same symptoms are observed in the case of a sprain of the ligaments or in the case of a rupture or displacement of an intervertebral disc.
  • Osteoarthritis, muscle trauma:
    If the pain of low back pain is at its peak in the morning when you wake up and then subsides with stretching and movement, then it is usually a muscle trauma or osteoarthritis.
  • Sciatic nerve, herniated disc:
    Sciatica pain, or pinching of the sciatic nerve, manifests as pain that travels down one or both legs. The pain is then exacerbated by coughing, sneezing or exertion. This type of pain can also be a sign of a herniated disc, pain increased by coughing, sneezing or exertion