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There are several symptoms that are fairly consistent for

people with lower back pain or neck pain from

degenerative disc disease, including:

  • Pain that is usually related to activity and will flare up at

times but then return to a low-grade pain level, or the pain

will go away entirely

 

 

  • The amount of chronic pain—referred to as the patient's baseline

level of pain—is quite variable between individuals and can range from

almost no pain/just a nagging level of irritation, to severe and disabling pain

  • Severe episodes of back or neck pain that will generally last from

a few days to a few months before returning to the individual's baseline

level of chronic pain

  • Chronic pain that is completely disabling from degenerative disc

disease does happen in some cases, but is relatively rare

Activities that involve bending, lifting, and twisting will usually

make the patient's pain worse

  • Certain positions will usually make the pain worse. For example, for

lumbar degenerative disc pain, the pain is generally made worse with

sitting, since in the seated position the lumbosacral discs are loaded

three times more than standing

  • Walking, and even running, may actually feel better than

prolonged sitting or standing

  • Patients will generally feel better if they can change positions frequently
  • Patients with lumbar DDD will generally feel better lying in a

reclining position (such as with legs propped up in a recliner), or lying

down with a pillow under the knees, since these positions relieve

stress on the lumbar disc space

 

Read More: http://www.spine-health.com

 

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