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Alcohol And Flank Pain
Lumbago: The most common cause is lumbar muscle strain due to bad posture and lifting wihout bending your knees. The lumbar spine is very vulnerable do mechanical sprains and the pain is typically achy and constant. Other conditions include internal problems with pelvic organs or kidneys. ...Read more
Depends: Flank pain can be from various things. Could be muscle strain or ache, and benefit from rest, heat and ibuprofen. Less commonly could be sign of kidney infection, especially if accompanied by urinary symptoms, or possibly kidney stone. Renal pain is usually very severe, and often moves down into the groin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Intermittent back flank pain sharp it really hurts lasts no longer than 10 second what could it be ?
Mild flank pain for the past 2 months, it's only felt when I twist or move a certain way. Worse in the morning, no other symptoms. Does not radiate.
Morning flank pain: There are several muscles in that area that can tighten and hurt if they are out of shape. The psoas is in the groin area and goes up to the mid back, and the Obliques are across the mid to upper area. Yoga or similar stretches for these areas might help. Try it for a week. More serious problems would be unlikely to just hurt in the morning, but if nothing helps consider a check up. ...Read more
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