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Pain in right groin and lower back?

Pain in right groin and lower back?

Hip: Hip pain, and all it's causes. Muscles that start in the back and end near your groin, nerves that travel that path are all possibilities. ...Read more

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The region or crease between ...Read more


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Pain in hip, groin, lower back and pelvic area?

Pain in hip, groin, lower back and pelvic area?

More than one locati: This appears to have pain comes from more than one location. Groin pain could suggest the hip or surrounding muscles. Although it can occur back pain usually does not come from the hip . Your evaluation will need to look at both areas: back, including bone, joint continuous muscles. ...Read more

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Sharp pain in groin, hip, and lower back when moving. All on the right side?

Sharp pain in groin, hip, and lower back when moving. All on the right side?

Most likely hip: If pain happens with walking, getting out of the chair or bed, walking up flight of stairs then it is most likely hip OA. Other things that could be present is limping after long walking. If your overweight, then this is more likely. Get xray of your hip and Lspine and consider physical therapy, use of cane, wt loss, glucosamine, nsaid, tylenol (acetaminophen). Hip shot or replacement are last options. ...Read more

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Fell n march on lower back started feeling weakness n legs. N may started having pain n groin, legs, hip & lower back. Mri & xray neg. Still n pain y?

Fell n march on lower back started feeling weakness n legs. N may started having pain n groin, legs, hip & lower back. Mri & xray neg. Still n pain y?

See below: Please see your doctor. I suspect you may need to work on strengthening your core muscles but would prefer you do this under your doctors guidance. A referral to physical therapy might be helpful in teaching you the exercises. ...Read more

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Sharp pain in abdomen groin area and lower back. Black stool frequent urination?

See a doctor: You should see a physician as soon as possible. Black stool, especially if you are taking a lot of ibuprofen, can represent a bleed in GI track, normally in your stomach. While the pain does not seem to fit that classically, you may have a bleed somewhere else. Any peptobismol use?-also causes black stool. Best recommendation without more info is to see a doctor for physical exam and workup. ...Read more

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Aching pain in right side groin, lower back, & legs. Random back spasm when lean forward & pain in tailbone/middle of buttock bone. What could it be?

Aching pain in right side groin, lower back, & legs. Random back spasm when lean forward & pain in tailbone/middle of buttock bone. What could it be?

Exam needed: Your symptoms are nondiagnostic but could be due to pelvic congestion or inflammation, but could also be due to musculoskeletal causes. I recommend that you consult your physician or gynecologist for diagnosis and treatment. If advisable referral to an orthopedic surgeon or rheumatologist can be made. In the meantime,nsaids like ibuprofen,if you can take them,May give you some relief. ...Read more

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Pain in right groin, right leg, lower back and butt,also pain when orgasm.Normal pap and Ca125. Left ovary removal due to 10cm cyst 8 years ago. Cyst?

Well: You have a significant history for one so young. You need to see your doctor for an exam. Most likely a back issue but with your history there are many things that have to be ruled out ...Read more

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What could be causing the pain in my groin, legs and left lower back?

See your doctor: Need more information. Details matter. I can think of twenty causes, none of which may apply to your case, without asking more questions. ...Read more

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Extreme groin pain when workout and lower back pain if i lay down. Urologist said completely fine. Tried cortisone shot to groin. Started 2 yrs ago?

See a surgeon: Have an examination with a general surgeon to see if you could have an inguinal (groin) hernia. Lower back pain could something else including muscle or nerve condition, and could be evaluated by a primary care physician ; may need x-ray studies too. ...Read more