What could cause low fever, chills, lower back pain?

Infection . You could have a bladder or kidney onfection. You should be seen by your doctor.
Many things. Many infectious problems can cause such symptoms. Most common would be a urinary tract infection or kidney stone. Often this will come with burning during urination. Ovarian cyst rupture or pelvic inflammatory disease can also cause these symptoms. Appendicitis and diverticulitis are in the mix, as well. If it worsens or persists check with your doctor!

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I took a home UTI test, negative results. I have lower back pain, low fever, trouble urinating completely, small amounts. Could this still be a UTI?

See your doctor. The home UTI tests are not perfect and can miss infections, especially if drinking lots of fluids and urine is dilute. But other things could cause these symptoms, such as intestinal or pelvic infection. You should be seen professionally. If the back pain is severe or fever over 100F (38C), contact your doctor today -- or an urgent care clinic or hospital ER if s/he isn't available. Good luck! Read more...
Yes, possible. that this was a false negative result. Symptoms are highly suggestive of uti. If you have fever and back pain, the infection might have spread to kidneys, so you should get to your doctor asap. Read more...

Can a pinched nerve cause harsh lower back pain that runs down the left bum & leg, bladder pain, femoral pain and fever?

Polyradiculopathy . A pinched nerve in the low back can commonly cause back pain as well as pain in the lower extremity ("bum", leg, femur, etc.). If the femoral pain is in the front of the thigh, it is likely multiple nerves are irritated at the same time. "bladder pain" and fever may be due to a separate entity such as a uti. However, spinal cord infection & cauda equina syndrome must be ruled out->an emergency. Read more...

have been checking my poop for the past couple days and I have had lower back pain low grade fever, also in the poop has been little worm type mucus?

Back pain & fever. Back pain and fever for a couple of days is concerning. Fever is anything over 99.6 (less is normal). So if you have a fever and back pain go to an ED or UC or call your doc. Could be an infection, could be something else (serious or minor) but can't say for sure with info available. Read more...
I recommend. seeing your doctor for a full history and exam to figure this out. Possibly some stool studies will be ordered as well. Best of luck. Read more...

Having lower back pain and down legs. Have low grade fever. Does not hurt when moving only with breathes and coughing. Have been urinating more often?

Hard to say. There are many potential causes, some quite benign and others more serious. A simple viral illness can cause aches and pain, a low grade fever, coughing, etc. But there are more severe problems that may begin with what you are describing as well. Consider being checked. Thank you for your question. Read more...