Lumbago is the medical term for lower back pain. Pain in the low back area can occur just above the hips and buttocks, and may be sharp, dull, or aching. Lumbago, or lower back pain, may be short-term (acute) or long-term (chronic), which lasts for longer than three months and tends to worsen over time.
Some of the possible causes of lumbago include a sprain, strain, or other lower back injury; diseases and conditions such as arthritis or diseases of the bone; abnormalities of the spine; obesity; poor posture and poor sleep position. Lumbago may be successfully managed or treated through regular exercise, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving medications, a short period of bed rest, and heat and cold therapy.
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