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By  Kurliez408  |  32

I completely threw out my back at 22, the doctor had no idea how. It can happen at any age op, don't feel bad :) try picking your daughter up by bending your knees, not your back to support it and get well soon!

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By  Kurliez408  |  32

I completely threw out my back at 22, the doctor had no idea how. It can happen at any age op, don't feel bad :) try picking your daughter up by bending your knees, not your back to support it and get well soon!

By  kendonmcb  |  18

It only goes downhill from here. You need to start working out, not much, but on a regular basis. You can do it at home, no need for a gym, even though it doesn't hurt (no pun intended) to go to one.
You will delay this for a few years, then when the pain comes by itself just because the weather changes you will start to accept the fact that you have to do something, and again some time later you will actually start do something about it.
Source: my own story. Problems started when I was 18, got better when I started going to the gym in my mid-twentys, became worse when I left the gym when the kids came, now getting better after I started going again.

By  hdisnfjs91  |  14

I did this on Christmas Eve trying to
Lift a massive dog kennel with my partner
I fell to the ground in pain and couldn't get up, my partner had to call an ambulance
It still hurts if I use it much like today when I was doing some gardening
It will
Often lock up and be quite stiff I over do it.

By  Susan Yee  |  9

You are supposed to squat/bend your knees before picking her up.

By  rockincheer  |  4

I had to have back surgery at the ripe old age of 25 due to a severely herniated disk and sciatica. I’ve had herniated disks since 9th grade. It’s more common than you think.