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Back pain, particularly in the lower (lumbar) area of the spine, is a common medical condition. Pain in the back can caused by many things, from injury to a muscle or ligament, to serious injuries to the spine, illnesses like fibromyalgia and kidney disease, the strain of pregnancy, and more. Most back pain goes away on its own in four to six weeks, but seek medical help if severe pain comes on suddenly, spreads down the legs and causes weakness and numbness, or is accompanied by fever.

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Balance problems can occur for many reasons. The brain, inner ear, muscles, joints, central nervous system, senses and blood vessels/heart all work together for normal balance. Balance and dizziness problems are most often caused by inner ear conditions; additionally conditions like arthritis and mild sensory loss can create symptoms of dizziness as well.

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Barrett’s esophagus is a condition that is often connected to GERD—gastroesophageal reflux disease or acid reflux. The lining of the esophagus, the tube between the mouth and stomach, is replaced by tissue similar to the intestinal lining. There may be no symptoms, but once discovered frequent testing for dysplasia (pre-cancerous cells) is recommended, as sometimes the condition progresses to esophageal cancer.

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As men get older, it’s common for the prostate gland to enlarge, known as benign prostatic hyperplasia or benign prostatic hypertrophy. The enlarged prostate can block urine flow and cause symptoms like a frequent and urgent need to urinate, increased frequency of urination at night, difficulty starting urination or a weak urine stream. BHP risk factors include aging, family history of prostate problems, ethnic background, diabetes, heart disease and lifestyle.

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The bicep tendon attaches the bicep muscle in the upper front arm to bones in the shoulder and elbow. A partial tear or a complete tear of the bicep tendon can occur, with symptoms ranging from a gradual or sharp, sudden pain in the upper arm, bruising, tenderness, immobility, and weakness. Injury and overuse of the shoulders and arms are the main causes of a tendon rupture.

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