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  • Hip and Lower back pain???

    Does anyone here have pain and stiffness in the lower back and hip thigh area? I am so stiff an sore.
    Mia Sowell
    Fort Worth, TX
    2 Kids
    Ethan (3)
    April (17)
    Husband Eric (Very Supportive)
    Clinically Dxed 04-16-07
    Symptoms Since 2004

    Meds:
    Elmoron 400mg 2x Day
    Atarax 50mg 1x Day
    Xanex .50mg 8 hrs As needed
    Vicodin 5/500mg 4-6 hrs As needed
    Xanaflex 4mg 1x Day
    Urelief Plus 6 hrs as needed for Bladder spasms
    Prelief as directed


  • #2
    My hips hurt sometimes. I am not sure if it is the IC or what.
    I am 28 and have been married for 7years. I have two boys one is 6 and the other 2. I have worked at the same job for 10 years.

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    • #3
      I have and also have had the flares go down the insdie of my thighs to my knees.

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      • #4
        Yes, I get also get pain referred from my bladder to my lower back, hips, upper inner thighs. Seems to be pretty common with IC. It's one of my worst symptoms and the hardest to get under control.

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        • #5
          If I'm on my feet too long, my hips and lower back are very painful.

          Donna
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          • #6
            Me too.
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            Wishing you happiness and good health, and all the best out of life.

            Peace, Carolyn
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            • #7
              Briza, How long did it take to get it under control after you got the right meds? I am in my 8th day of A severe flare and fear I can't take much more of this constant pain. The pain meds really only take the edge off. My pain level is about 5-6 right now.
              Mia Sowell
              Fort Worth, TX
              2 Kids
              Ethan (3)
              April (17)
              Husband Eric (Very Supportive)
              Clinically Dxed 04-16-07
              Symptoms Since 2004

              Meds:
              Elmoron 400mg 2x Day
              Atarax 50mg 1x Day
              Xanex .50mg 8 hrs As needed
              Vicodin 5/500mg 4-6 hrs As needed
              Xanaflex 4mg 1x Day
              Urelief Plus 6 hrs as needed for Bladder spasms
              Prelief as directed

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              • #8
                Even with all the pain meds I have now (you can see them in my sig) it can take me several doses and up to 4 hours for the back pain to stop. I can usually get my bladder pain under control within an hour. A heating pad helps, sometimes cold packs, too. If your Rx says you can take 2 vicodin at a time, maybe you can try that, in case your're only taking one pill at a time. And don't be afraid to take your pain med as prescribed when you're flaring like this, every however many hours it says to take it, otherwise it won't work as well. For some, taking the pain med on an empty stomach helps it work faster, but for me mine seem to work faster if I eat something. Sorry you're suffering so much right now! Hope any of this helps!

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