Could porphyria explain my burning sensation in the abdomen and severe back pain?

Yes. Acute intermittent pophyria commonly causes abdominal pain, and has been known to cause other pains. If your pains persist, you should see your docot in case there is another cause.
Yes. You need to get to a dr. And get some labs done to check out your liver and kidneys.

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Go see your doctor. First of all, if you're having symptoms that intense, you need to be examined by a doctor in person rather than having us guess online. It could be signs of a kidney infection, pancreatitis, problems with your liver or gallbladder, or even ectopic pregnancy. You really need to be examined and have some tests done as soon as possible- ER if necessary. . Read more...