Thrown out back.
Ok. I am hoping someone is up at this late hour (Well, it is late here at least-2:07 AM.) to hopefully give me some advice. Sunday night I felt fine. I went to bed, and when I woke up the next day, I found my lower third of my back was a bit sore, but didn't think too much of it. Later that day, I went mountain biking, and felt pretty good, except it hurt a bit more. On Tuesday I woke up and it felt a bit worse. It would hurt some to bend and such. Getting up and down did not hurt very much at all. That night I did not lift anything very heavy. So fast forward to Wednesday. It hurt to get out of bed. Around 4:30 or so I helped my dad lift a seat back into our van, and it really started to hurt. I help at the junior high youth group at our church, and when I got there around 6 it was killing me to really move or especially to twist. I promptly asked the kids to not jump on me because of how I felt. All was good until the end when a group of kids were having apillow fight and ran into me. I yelled something like "Hey! Get off me! My back is killing me!" so it was really hurting by that point. I took 3 advil and went home. Now it is really late. When I got into bed, it hurt to move at all. Twisting just kills. I can only breathe in at about half capacity, or it also kills. I must admit nothing has hurt this much since I broke my leg a few years back. I tried putting ice on it, because one of my friends recently had some back problems, and was like "ice ice ice". I tried that about half an hour ago, but that left my back REALLY feeling bad. I am now trying heat, and it seems to be loosening up stuff a bit. I could be totally wrong about this though. If anyone has any insights, I would greatly appreciate it. At this time, it hurts bad enough that I have been unsuccessful in falling asleep. Thanks a bunch for any help or for reading this.