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I am a power lifter and I was squatting and I had a sharp pain in my lower back on the right side, now when i lift my leg it hurts a lot?

I am a power lifter and I was squatting and I had a sharp pain in my lower back on the right side, now when i lift my leg it hurts a lot?

Disc herniation?: It is possible that you injured a disc. There is risk with lifting heavy weights and back injuries. Take a rest from training and avoid lifting heavy items and especially twisting simultaneously. ...Read more

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I have pain in my lower back on the right side, pain on my pelvic bone on the right side, frequent urination, lower abdomen pain, bladder does not emp?

I have pain in my lower back on the right side, pain on my pelvic bone on the right side, frequent urination, lower abdomen pain, bladder does not emp?

Stone?: Do you have a history of kidney stones? The pain in you back and urinary urgency and frequency can occur with a stone that has not yet passed that is in the very end of the ureter near the bladder causing irritation. Also would be worthwhile to have your urine checked for infection. ...Read more

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Experiencing pain in my lower back.from my right side to my back .what could it be?

Many causes: Low back pain can be caused by muscle strain, arthritis in the spine, pinched nerves, and even gynecological problems. If the pain is severe or persistent you should definitely be evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more

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I have a sharp pain in my lower back n the right side, right above my butt. It is a constant pain, its worse when I bend over, and stand too long. ?

Sacroilitis: Diagnosis: Your description is most likely a lumbar muscle strain, myofascial pain and or sacroiliac ligament strain. Home Treatment: Choose between Advil (ibuprofen) or IB, but don't take both. Follow dosage directions for all medications. Family Doctor: You would benefit from a trial of 'trigger point injections' and sacroiliac ligament injections. Call to make sure they do it. Chiropractic could help. ...Read more

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I am experiencing a pain in my lower back on my right side, which I am assuming is my kidney. I feel like this only occurs while I am on my period. Can there be a connection between the two?

Ans: Well perhaps. You are so young so your periods are not regulated fully test. You can have terrible pain and nausea with the periods. However it would not be a bad idea to send your doctor and have your urine checked ...Read more

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I have serve pain from my lower back down my right side through my hip and to my knee. It's agony to walk and I've been taking painkillers but no help?

Serve pain?: You've skipped the most important point, which is the CAUSE of the pain. It's a basic principle of medicine (& automobile repair): You can't fix it if you don't know what's broken. This could be a nerve, musculotendinous OR joint problem, or even a fracture. They taught me in med school never to do a physical exam over the telephone. Same thing re the Web. See a doctor & get a diagnosis. ...Read more

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Had sax last night six days before ovulation by my ovulation traker now I am having pain in my lower back and right side what could it be?

Had sax last night six days before ovulation by my ovulation traker now I am having pain in my lower back and right side what could it be?

More info: Need a little more information as to dates. But, if your preg test is negative, it is probably ovulation pain, or uterine spasm with radiation of pain to the right side. ...Read more