Constant pain in hips and lower back?

Have it evaluated. You give no specifics. The only reasonable suggestion is to have the problem evaluated.

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I've had constant pain in my lower back and left side of hip for a week now, what can I do?

Stretch. There are many causes of low back pain and hip pain. Often they are related. Usually acute back or hip pain will improve over 1-2 weeks with anti-inflammatories, gentle streching, and use of heat/ice. If your pain does not improve or gets worse you should contact your physician. Read more...
Back pain. The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... One sided back pain might also be caused by kidney issues. Without additional information, it's hard to identify the cause of your pain. Please seek help from a pcp, pain management physician, neurologist or physiatrist, you might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. Read more...

What are common reasons for constant pain in lower back on the right side only and is located above the hip and half way between the spine and side?

Several things. Could be paraspinal muscle pain or possibly quadratus lumborum muscle pain. Kidney stone also a possibility. Sounds a little high for SI joint pain. Facet joint problem is also on the list. Best to see your doctor for evaluation. Hope this helps. Best of luck. Read more...
Back pain. Constant pain in that area can be of kidney origin although it could be musculoskeletal or other retroperitoneal problems as well. Nevertheless you should be examined by your physician who will order appropriate tests including imaging studies if felt necessary. Read more...

I have a dull constant pain from my neck to hips. It hurts in lower back the most. Hurts when resting/lying down, doing activities. What could it be?

?? musculoskeletal. Although hard to make out from one sentence but sounds like musculo-skeletal pain , in other words muscle, soft-tissue or bone/joint related - or a combination. Usually dull pain especially if long lasting and without clear reason like lifting/moving heavy things / activity, indicates some spine/muscle/joint unit malfunction but be sure to talk to primary doc to clarify. Read more...

What could be causing my side pain and could it be serious? I a 22 yr old female and have never had any major health problems. For a week now I have had constant pain on my left side going from my ribs to my hip and a little into my lower back. For 2 of t

I'd . I'd be concerned that you may have a kidney stone or some other process involving your genitourinary system on that side. You didn't mention if you had noticed any blood in your urine, pain with urination or any chance that you might be pregnant. I'd advise getting seen by your primary doctor soon. Good luck! Read more...
Need more history. It would be helpful to know if movement aggravates the pain, if you have fever, any urine symptoms, any nausea, constipation or diarrhea. Pain in the ribs radiating down is often associated with the kidney, such as infection or kidney stone, but your symptoms are not detailed enough to exclude GI or muscle/nerve related conditions. Further assessment is recommended. . Read more...

I have constant chronic back pain all over especially my lower back and shoulders what could this be. I also have constant pain in both knees and hips?

Could be inflamatory. Need to have diagnostic studies to stablish ethiology, bood test and y-rays.Base on the result a more accurate diagnosis can be made. Read more...

Constantly have lower back, hip and tailbone pain I also have constant pain in my arms and legs what could this be its been ongoing for 3 years now?

Rheum Eval. What you are describing is somewhat concerning for what we call connective tissue disorder. Would recommend you see your doctor for an initial evaluation and x rays/blood work. If no answers, recommend evaluation by a Rheumatologist. Hope this helps. Best of luck with this. Dr R. Read more...

Felt great b4 sudden svr pain right side lower back/abdomen/pelvis/groin. Dbld over. 3 days constant pain. Pencil thin feces/bloody mucus. Severe pain after bm. Not taking meds. Can eat. What do I do?

Causes. There are many potential causes of your pain: kidney stone or infection, appendicitis, hernia, herniated disk, bowel mass, ovarian torsion, etc. See a doctor or go to er without delay. Read more...
See a doctor. Pain of this nature needs to be evaluated. You could have an ectopic pregnancy, ruptured hemorrhagic cyst, torsed ovary, appendicitis or other gastrointestinal problem. These can be serious so go to the emergency room if you cannot get in to your doctor. Read more...

I have constant pain in low back and left hip over 3 months. Extremely sensitive/painful to touch at 2 points directly on spine and down left hip.?

See doctor ASAP. Your complex medica and surgicall history warrants a physical exam to look at what's happening, and to ask more questions regarding cause. U may need further imaging too to see what's going on internally. If you feel pain, then it needs to be pursued further, as that's not normal findings. Only a physical exam can ck whether it's musculoskeletal or visceral (organ) involved. Both important 2 know! Read more...
Your medical history. Suggests you have degenerative lumbar spine disease, spinal stenosis or osteoarthritis of the hip, or some combination of the above issues. See your physiciain and start with a physical. your doc can then order tests as appropriate to make a diagnosis. Once that is established then a treatment plan can be formulated. If you develop sudden severe tearing back pain that isn't like usual pain? 911. Read more...