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Alexandoy

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I am presently out of the loop for several days now. I was walking with the food that I bought from the wet market, weighing 2 kilos, when I sensed pain on my lower back. I was holding the item with my left hand and that's probably the culprit. But after several days, the pain is still there so I am now bothered if it is really a pulled muscle or not.
 

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Is probably just the nerve but will take a few days to get better.
 

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Is probably just the nerve but will take a few days to get better.

At first I really thought it to be pulled muscle but you have given me a new idea that it can be a pinched nerve because it's almost a week now and the pain is still there. I did some bending and stretching this morning just to test. The exercise seemed not to affect the painful part. But when I am not doing anything, I can feel the pain that it's still at the left portion of my lower back.
 

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If you are not into constant and active workouts, it's definitely going to affect your body anytime that you give it a trial. Most of your body parts is going to ache and feel sore for some days before it gets used to the drills. I can still vividly remember my first experience with running. I felt it was something that requires just strength and agility to pull off without feeling anything. I was actually successful in completing the run and covered quite a very long distance but the following morning, I couldn't walk. Both my feet felt like they were dead log of wood.
 

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A very mild muscle pull can heal in just a few days when you rest, but most muscle sprains may take 4 to 6 weeks to heal, and severe muscle sprains could take up to 10 weeks.
 
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