Lower back issues. Need advice!

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  1. TheGumby

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    Hey everyone I'm 25 years old I sell mattresses and we do some furniture beds. I also deluver and set up customers stuff. A customer ordered a bed from a company called fireside lodge which produces furniture beds made from old tobbaco barnwood. The headboard for this particular bed weighefd a little over 300 lbs. My coworker and I delivered the bed and set it up. Had to take it up some stairs. After we got done I noticed a feeling of immense pressure on the lower right area of my back. It got worse and started inhibiting my ability to walk. Its been 3 days now and the pain is still there. Certain positions don't hurt too bad like when I get in the standing position I can walk albeit slowly but getting up and down or turning while laying down is excruciating. Also while walking if I hit a certain angle I lose control of my right leg and it nearly brings me to the ground. I have to return to work tomorrow and don't know what to do or how long this could last. Anyone ever experienced this or have suggestions? Thanks in advance.
     
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    Hey,

    Sorry to hear about your back problems. Unfortunately, we don't allow threads for advice on injuries. It's nothing personal; we just don't want people giving you potentially dangerous advice. You need to go to see a doctor.

    Once again, sorry to hear about your injury, and best of luck!

    -Kimble
     
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