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A 17-year-old female asked:

i'm having lower back pain, mild cramping, headaches, naseua, sore throat, and i'm extremely tired. what could all this mean?

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Dr. Martin Raff
Infectious Disease 56 years experience
You need a doctor: These symptoms strongly suggest a need for a visit to a good diagnostician. Put together a written list of each and every symptom, the things with which they are associated, the times they occur, your temperatures and pulse and respirations when they occur and take these with you and expect a thorough and detailed exam and some testing which may include imaging studies. Good luck.

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What could be the reason with sore throat and lower back pain?

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Dr. Louise Andrew
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Strep throat: can be associated with kidney disease, though it usually happens after the throat infection is over. It could just be a coincidence. If you have any blood in your urine or it looks darker than normal, or if you have fever, chills, or any urinary symptoms, you should be evaluated and treated by a clinic, probably with antibiotics.

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