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Is it a pinched nerve have pain n the front inner & side of thigh. Have pain n lower back, hips, pubic bone, groin area. Can decompression help this?

Depends: This depends on what your imaging reveals. Lumbar stenosis can cause back pain and pain into thighs which are worse with ambulation. Decompression can help this with or without a fusion depending on your specific image and exam. However you are very young for something like this to happen. Please be seen and evaluated. ...Read more

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Pain in lower back radiates around front to groin area. Slight relief when I urinate, then pain returns shortly. Am diabetic. Worried about kidney.

Pain in lower back radiates around front to groin area.  Slight relief when I urinate, then pain returns shortly.  Am diabetic.  Worried about kidney.

See pain management: This type of condition can be severe and debilitating. Once a proper diagnosis has been made, effective management involves three specific strategies: 1) patient education, 2) non-pharmacological management (e.g. acupuncture, CBT), and 3) pharmacological (medical) management. See an interventional pain specialist for evaluation and professional management. ...Read more

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I have pain in the lower back on right side that spreads through to the groin area. The passing of urine does not stop pain but definitely eases it?

I have pain in the lower back on right side that spreads through to the groin area. The passing of urine does not stop pain but definitely eases it?

Kidney Stone v Other: Most common causes of pain in the right lower back are kidney stone, kidney infection, muscle strain, gas or constipation, and depending on age, pregnancy. Your pattern of pain (starting in the lower right back and radiating forward to the groin) suggests a kidney stone. If symptoms persist, a urine test may be helpful to assess infection vs kidney stone. Hydrate with lots of water in the meantime ...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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Can a lower back injury cause pain in the groin area?

Can a lower back injury cause pain in the groin area?

Yes: Yes, you can have pain radiation down into the groin or into the leg. There can be radiation of the pain from the back without any affected nerve roots in the back and/or there can be irritation of a nerve root in the lower back that supplies part of the leg and you may feel pain in the distribution of that nerve root. There are other things that can also cause groin pain. ...Read more

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Having dull ache in my groin area near waistline/where i would wear my belt. It feels kind of deep, but can't tell because i also have an ache in my lower back area which i believe to be unrelated.

Having dull ache in my groin area near waistline/where i would wear my belt. It feels kind of deep, but can't tell because i also have an ache in my lower back area which i believe to be unrelated.

See Provider: Persistent pain in this area needs evaluation. Persistent pain with fever needs to be evaluated now. Hernias can cause pain in this area, as well as kidney stones that can result in blockage and pain in both areas. Depending on the side, the appendix can cause pain in this area. Best to seek out medical evaluation. ...Read more

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Really bad pain in vigiana and pain in my right side groin area and lower back butt area had a hysterectomy years ago?

Pain: Could be many things. You need to see your gynecologist and get a really thorough history and physical including a rectovaginal exam. Your doc may offer scans also. ...Read more

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