A 32-year-old male asked:
I have grade 2 spondy at l5/s1 and spina bifada oculta. i have occasional mild moving pain along the right side belly button and groin region along the inguinal region and sometimes at right lower back. doctor palpation normal he reckoned it'd get better
1 doctor answer • 2 doctors weighed in
Neurology 19 years experience
? Connection: It would be good to know what your MRI showed and when it was done. Since the pain affects these different areas, and it is transient, it is hard to know if there is a connection for certain, but it would be good to know what is going on there.
It was right to do the palpation exam- it may not be related to the spine after all.
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Last updated May 19, 2016
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