Acute hip pain. With back. Pain and. Leg pain?

Back pain/ sciatica. Sounds like mostly low back pain from early arthritis or a disc problem with nerve irritation see a doctor about it.
Injury. Could be from overuse of your lower body, also could be a spinal disc problem or an inflammatory condition such as on of the arthritis types such as ankylosing spondylitis, or bursitis of the hip.

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I am experiencing back pain (severity: severe) (side: lower), hip pain and lower leg pain.

Back pain. There are numerous causes of lower back pain. It is difficult to reach a diagnosis without a proper examination of your back and abdomen. The back pain could arise from your kidneys, rib cage, spine or hip and pelvic joints. It could be due to inflammation from an old injury, arthritis or disc pain, hip bursitis, kidney stones - the possibilities are endless. You need to see your doctor. Read more...
See doctor. You are very young. Need to give a good history. Did you have an injury? Best thing for you is to see your doctor for exam . Read more...

If am having back pain and leg n hip pain should I be doing any lifting or bending. I do a lot of both at work?

Yes, but. For the most part, it's ok to work through your pain and continue to work. Of course, use common sense - if the pain is debilitating or if there is associated weakness or numbness or bowel/bladder symptoms or anything else that concerns you, see a physician for further evaluation. Read more...
Back pain. The back pain can be caused by muscle strain, spinal stenosis, ruptured disc, nerve impingement ... It sounds like you have some nerve pain. I would recommend no heavy lifting and repetitive bending. You should seek help from a doctor. You might benefit from a comprehensive evaluation and treatment. Read more...

Having hip pain and lower and mid back pain for 2 months now. Now having cramps in legs and shoulders and loosing weight, any suggestions?

Not normal, see dr. Depending on how much weight you lost, you are displacing weight differently now using different muscles, but it should not be causing cramps in your legs and shoulders. You will benefit from having your doctor look into this further, and come up with a treatment plan. If it continues, you may need to see a do, who can do a musculoskeletal exam on you, and treat you osteopathically too. Read more...
See your md. Your symptoms are too generalized to give you a good " diagnosis " in this forum. Back pain w/ cramps , wt. Loss etc. Is not a normal symptom constellation . See your pcp for examination . Best of luck! Read more...