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Lower abdominal pain radiating to inguinal bone and back?

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In brief: Could be

Kidney stones or a hernia.
See your doctor.

In brief: Could be

Kidney stones or a hernia.
See your doctor.
Dr. Cosme Manzarbeitia
Dr. Cosme Manzarbeitia
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Dr. Kirpal Singh
Also consider appendicitis esp when appendix is hiding behind the colon
Dr. Tracy Berg
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In brief: Many possibilities

If the pain intensifying with urinating it could a kidney stones.
Could also be early appendicitis, hernia, muscle strain, diverticulitis, bladder infection. If you develop fever or vomiting, see a doc, get blood draw, urine test and ultrasound.

In brief: Many possibilities

If the pain intensifying with urinating it could a kidney stones.
Could also be early appendicitis, hernia, muscle strain, diverticulitis, bladder infection. If you develop fever or vomiting, see a doc, get blood draw, urine test and ultrasound.
Dr. Tracy Berg
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