I hope you are in good health. I am glad to have this information. I have pain in lower back section, from last three months. i used to do exercise in my daily routine but one-day i wake up in the morning and i feel a swear pain in may lower back. but after few days it become less. Now the main problem is when i am trying to bend my back their is always some sort of pain in the lower section and sometimes a current develop in my spine. Means to say if i bend my back on a specific angle their is always a current develop in my spine and my pain starts, writ between from my hips where my spine end. Please suggest me some exercises. Thank you.
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