MANY people suffer from back pain and most of the time it's nothing to worry about.

You might experience discomfort if you've pulled a muscle or even if you've slept in an awkward position.

But one expert has warned that you should always trust your gut when it comes to pain and seek medical attention 

This week is myeloma awareness week and charity Myeloma UK is urging the public to trust their instincts and to go to their GP 

The symptoms of myeloma are vague and can often seem unrelated or appear at different times 

Myeloma is treatable if caught early but around one in four patients wait more than 10 months for a diagnosis.

A simple blood test can pick up the illness and delays in treatment have shown to have a huge impact on quality of life.

Data shows that confirmed cases were down 13 per cent compared with pre-Covid expectations.