Is there a single condition that has lower back pain, diarrhea and numbness in legs?

There may be. But it will definitely take a complete history, exam and probably some imaging to sort it out.

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I have a sligh scoliosis. I have lower back pain, I have been having electic shocks in my arms and legs. As well as numbness. Is it connected?

Usually not. Developmental scoliosis is usually asymptomatic. So your discomfort may be due to something else. Acquired scoliosis may be associated with pain or radiculopathies. You're too young for the typical acquired form, unless you have a chronic debilitative disease. Check with your doctor to get to the bottom of your pains. Read more...

I'm having lower back pain but its radiating down into my right hip and have right leg numbness on my right upper outside leg. Whats my health answer?

Common. This is a very common pattern. There are a few possibilities for this pain. I would recommend that you see a physiatrist (specialist in rehab medicine) and they can evaluate you and suggest appropriate treatment. Read more...
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See a doctor. Back pain involving multiple symptoms, or spreading / radiating to other areas should be evaluated to make sure something is not pressing on a nerve or nerve root or if soemthign else is causing the regional as well as local pain. Multi-symptom back pain usually requires medical evaluation for diagnosis. Read more...
Should improve. Fortunately these symptoms are common for people to experience at least once in their life. The symptoms often resolve within a few weeks to a month or so. If there is any leg weakness or bowel or bladder incontinence then you need to get checked out. You are describing radiculopathy or commonly called sciatica. Treat the pain with motrin/aleve. If this does not help then see your doc. Read more...
There could be . Several reasons for this pattern including disc &/or facet(spine joint) degeneration with or without some instability & with or without associated narrowing or stenosis of nerve exit holes (neuroforamen ) or due to a possible disc herniation. If it persists or worsens, you may need a more thorough evaluation for diagnosis & appropriate treatment. Other possibilities include pyriformis syndrome. Read more...