What does dark yellow urine and low back pain indicate?

Possible Infection. Dark urine could indicate many conditions. These range from simple dehydration to infection. Dark urine with back pain and a fever is a cause for concern and requires a trip to your doctor.
Refer to the answer. I do not believe there is a direct relationship between color and back pain. Color of urine is related to color of food, fruit and vegetable mostly you use. If there is problem with kidney and liver function, it may affect the color of urine. Any mechanical or obstruction in kidney and liver may cause low back pain. If problem persists, please refer to your doctor.
May or may not be . Related symptoms. The dark urine could be a sign of kidney &/or liver issues secondary to medication taken for the back pain or you are dehydrated & getting some muscle pains with concentrated urine. There may be kidney or liver problem unrelated to medication also presenting as back pain or the issues of these symptoms are unrelated & coincidental. See your doctor.

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I have lower back pain and right calf down to leg pain and also dark yellow urine, what are the possible symptoms and solutions so that I could be well again? Also I'm having a hard time walking for a long period of time and waking up in a leg pain?

Radiating leg pain. When a nerve is "pinched" in the lower back, the pain would radiate along that nerve's path, most of the times to the toes. This can happen if a disc is damaged in the lower spine. Dark urine is not related to these symptoms but a sign of dehydration. Drink more water for sure. Avoid prolonged sitting, bending, heavy lifting etc to give the disc a chance to heal. Read more...

I have low back pain and suprapubic pain, could I have a urine infection? Even though no cystitis?

Yes. UTI (urinary tract infection) symptoms can vary from episode to episode. The more common symptoms are urinary frequency, urgency and dysuria. However, suprapubic discomfort alone or in conjunction with low back pain be the presenting symptoms of a UTI. Read more...

100 degree fever, cloudy urine for about a week and low back pain that's gotten progressively worse through the week which is now extreme?

Kidney infection. See your doctor asap, this could be pyelonephritis, which is a kidney infection. You need to do a urinalysis and some blood tests and get started on antibiotics right away. Read more...

Given ciproflaxocin sat for uti, only symptoms low back pain. Today still back pain. No culture given on urine. Bad sign? Had red/white bld cells in urine.

Not necessarily. If you are having continued symptoms, you may have been misdiagnosed or have an infection that is not responsive to that drug. It is also possible that you could have a kidney stone. You should call your doctor back and get their advice. Read more...