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I am in my 40s and have chronic lower back and hip pain. Pain shoots down front of leg. Foot gets numb and tingly. Any ideas what it could be?

I am in my 40s and have chronic lower back and hip pain. Pain shoots down front of leg. Foot gets numb and tingly. Any ideas what it could be?

Spinal problem.: With all that put together, my first thought would be an issue with your spine, perhaps a disc herniation or spinal stenosis. You may benefit from an X-ray of the lumbar spine with flexion and extension views along with an MRI of the spine to begin the investigation. ...Read more

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Hip Pain (Definition)

Hip pain is a clinical finding in which there is either pain at the site of the hip joint (which will be felt nearer to the groin) or at the site of the bone that is commonly referred to as the hip (on the lower part of the ...Read more


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Fell backwards yesterday on my bottom and woke up this morning w/ bad lower back and hip pain. What can I do to help w/ pain naturally?

Fell backwards yesterday on my bottom and woke up this morning w/ bad lower back and hip pain. What can I do to help w/ pain naturally?

Give it time: The most important thing to know is that this will get better with time. If you are able to walk and have no weakness or neurological symptoms, then this should improve with time. I would take some anti-inflammatory medication or tylenol. Ice the area for the first 48 hrs at least 2 to 3 times a day for 20 minutes. ...Read more

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What to do if I have lower back and hip pain on my left side, what could be the problem?

What to do if I have lower back and hip pain on my left side, what could be the problem?

See details: The origin is likely the lower back and this could be due to arthritis, a strain or even congenital instability. ...Read more

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Probable causes of lower back and hip pain!?

Probable causes of lower back and hip pain!?

Several possibilitie: In that region, pain can arise from a hip, spine or si joint problem. It can also be a referred pain from your abdominal or pelvic region organs as well . If the pain is getting worse or persisting over time and is bothering you, get evaluated by your doctor to start the appropriate treatment based on a correct diagnosis. ...Read more

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I have been experiencing lower back and hip pain for 3 weeks and the pain is increasing and worse when I am sitting.

I have been experiencing lower back and hip pain for 3 weeks and the pain is increasing and worse when I am sitting.

Multiple: The source of your discomfort may be from your uterus, Ovary, to Herniated disc in your lower back. Have you had a recent injury or been doing lifting? Need to see your primary care doctor for initial evaluation ...Read more

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Hi i'm having sever lower back and hip pain for no reason what could be causeing it what can I do to reduce the pain?

Why no reason?: Just because you didn't have an injury doesn't mean there is not reason for the pain. To decrease the pain, i would try ice along with NSAID medication and rest including avoidance of any exacerbating activity if you have no cause for the problem, you may need to work on strength and flexibiltiy to the affected area. Also, check out the condition of your mattress. ...Read more

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Lower back and hip pain. Could this be growing pains?

Not at your age : Unless your belly is growing and you are not exercising . Lifestyle choices can play a role in back pain as can smoking, obesity and lack of conditioning. ...Read more

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30 years old. Severe lower back and hip pain during fasting month (Ramadan) never happened before, no serious injury. Plz help ?

The body can: change through fasting or accident. . A year can make a big difference, please see your doc To rule out illness of kidney , muscle pull, etc. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Can i take both flexirall and tramadol for severe lower back and hip pain?

Can i take both flexirall and tramadol  for severe lower back and hip pain?

Different meds: Flexeril is a muscle relaxant, tramadol is a pain medication, you can take both of these together-you should only take these if your doctor has prescribed them for this pain-if you have these on hand from a different pain or diagnosis you should have your new pain evaluated by a physician. ...Read more

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