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Left knee and thigh pain/tightness. Lower back pain. Lower back and hip pop a lot. Any ideas?

See a doctor. you either abuse your body, and your joints a lot, or you might have some unusual kind of arthritis for your young age. either way see a doctor for proper evaluation and treatment. do not abuse your body the rental place is closed. Read more...
Stretching needed. If there is pain and tightness to outer side (lateral) knee as well as the thigh, this may be a tight iliotibial band (ITB); when it affects function at the knee its called ITB syndrome. Stretching of the lateral thigh and knee, and the use of a foam roller or massage here can help. Tightness of the hamstrings can also cause some lower back pain. If popping is painful get check by your doctor. Read more...
Many causes that can. be narrowed in a physician evaluation which I recommend. 8/10 people will have low back pain & 90% have no identified cause resolve by 6 weeks and treated with rest, ice, heat, NSAIDs and other supportive care. But the most likely culprits in the otherwise healthy: muscle strain. an arthritis, scoliosis, stenosis, degenerative disc, herniated disc, "pinched nerve". There are hip causes as well... Read more...

I have joint pain recently, foot, left knee, right hip, which is particularly painful and some water retention. Blood tests show high uric acid (8.4)?

Treat uric acid. High uric acid can cause arthritis, gout, with pain, swelling etc. You need to be evaluated for cause of elevated uric acid, as it can damage other organs as well, e.., kidney. Read more...
? Gout . www.painspot.com will lead you through a series of questions based on where you feel your pain, and then provide a list of possible causes and information about them. You can print that out and take it to your health provider, or a rheumatologist (arthritis specialist). The main thing is not to miss gout as is is treatable and preventable. Read more...

Can anybody give me advice about lower back/ left hip joint pain?

Many possibilities. Your pain could be due to tendon, cartilage, muscle, bone or joint abnormalities. Have it evaluated by your orthopedist. Read more...