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I'm having this pain in my lower right side of back.?

I'm having this pain in my lower right side of back.?

Difficult to say: Pain in the low back on either side could be due to a variety of things from muscles, joints nerves and problems with your internal organs. It is worth getting evaluated to make sure it is nothing serious. ...Read more

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Severe pain ache in lower right side of back

See details: Significant low back pain is usually related to osteoarthritis and strain. Have it evaluated. There are several good treatment options. ...Read more

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I have pain on the lower right side of my back and some on my front and I am slightly nauseous it hurts so much. What could cause this?

I have pain on the lower right side of my back and some on my front and I am slightly nauseous it hurts so much. What could cause this?

Spine or shingles: This may be a spine condition radiating along the path of the affected nerve, but if there is a rash it may be shingles treatable with valtrex (valacyclovir). Occasionally an intra-abdominal visceral or vascular problem may be the cause. Persistent pain is an indication for seeing a health care provider who can take a thorough history and carry out a proper exam. ...Read more

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Recently I've been having alot of tightness in my lower back and pain on the lower right side of my back as well. Makes it hard to bend over?

Recently I've been having alot of tightness in my lower back and pain on the lower right side of my back as well. Makes it hard to bend over?

Low back tightness: if you have a physical job/exercise could be musculoskeletal If not allergic see if Aleve (naproxen) or ibuprofen help,as well as warm bath. Alternatively could be kidneys and need to check for infection , or could be constipation, or rarely colon issue/pelvic issue. Follow up with doctor/ urgent care this week. ...Read more

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Pain in lower right side of back. should i be concerned?

Pain in lower right side of back. should i be concerned?

Pain in the back: Most back pain is not an emergency or anything more than a discomfort. It depends on the circumstances of the pain. If you have a serious traumatic event i.e. car accident , have fever 100.4 or higher or if you have numbness then you may need to see a doctor. Most back pain takes up to 6 weeks to go away. Google healthy back exercises. ...Read more

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Pain in lower right side of back, pain when going to the toilet, hot and cold sweats.

Pain in lower right side of back, pain when going to the toilet, hot and cold sweats.

Urinary: Most likely represents a urinary etiology such as urinary tract infection or kidney infection. Would go get seen at a urgent care. Also could be from the structures of the pelvis. ...Read more

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Pain in lower right side of back, looks a bit swollen there. Urine culture is clean with no sign of infection?

Pain in lower right side of back, looks a bit swollen there. Urine culture is clean with no sign of infection?

Back pain: It could be due to some kind of trauma, probably went unnoticed by you. Back pain is very common, but it should not be accompanied by swelling. You can observe for some time, it may go away with posture change, exercise, message or pain medication. If pain persists with swelling then see your doctor for x-ray studies. ...Read more

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I have pain in lower right side of back. The pain is last longer from 6 month.the doctor gives me nimusulide and tizanidine tablet.

I have pain in lower right side of back. The pain is last longer from 6 month.the doctor gives me nimusulide and tizanidine tablet.

Why the pain?: You are receiving symptomatic treatment because often physicians are clueless as to the reason. The reasons can be complex but worth exploring. Ask around in your community who might be interested in helping you get to the bottom of it or suggesting a behavioral plan in addition to the medications. ...Read more