Bleeding between periods. Bloating & dizziness. Pelvic pressure/pain. Lower back pain, and left thigh and knee pain, should I consult my doctor?

Yes. Your symptoms may be caused by variety of different condition related to female organs ( as ovarian problem, Pms, back problem , intestinal issues..) Way too much to consider in on line consult. Yes, i recommend to see your MD.

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I had lower back pain and got told it was a lateral pelvic tilt and I needed to change how I was walking. Since seeing the physio have had knee pain

Walk Wrong Knee Pain. Hard to determine what is going on with your knee without seeing how you are supposed to be walking now. Did your low back pain resolve after changing how you walk? Do you feel that your pelvis is in alignment now that you are walking correctly? Read more...

Lower back pain is causing shooting pain referred leg and hip and knee pain. What can I do for relief?

See details. Your description suggests you have sciatica which is due to a nerve root compression in your back. Try rest, heat to the area and aleve (naproxen). If the problem persists, you need to see a doctor. Read more...
Sciatic pain. Yes this sound like pain referred from the sciatic nerve being pinched in the back. Massage can help, rest and anti-inflammatories.But if the pain persists see an orthopedic specialist. Read more...

I am experiencing hip pain, low back pain, knee pain and pain shooting down the leg. The following also describe me: Back pain, Leg numbness, Leg. ..

It sound like. you may have a PINCHED NERVE in your SPINE between the Lumbar 4th and 5th Vertebrae. The knee/leg pain may be "referred pain" actually due to the nerve being injured as it "takes off" from your spinal cord to travel in between the 4th and 5th verterbra to your lnee and leg. A LUMBAR MRI will confirm or exclude this idea. Hope this is helpful Dr Z. Read more...
Multifactorial pain. Without exam/MRI difficult to label your pains. Low back, hip, leg pain and numbness clearly CAN be related to indicate disc problems in the low back with resultant discogenic and radicular pain. Ibuprofen/naproxen/acetaminophen can help some pain. For diagnosis/treatment, you need a lumbar spine MRI and formal evaluation to see if all problems tie together. Treatment possible. Good luck! Read more...

Can low back pain and knee pain be related? I have lower left back pain and also have left knee pain that has been ongoing? Please help

Yes. If low back pain caused your walking pattern to change, that can put asymmetrical forces on the hip, knee, and ankle.... Leading to inflamed and painful joint and soft tissue problems. Read more...
Sciatica. Pain in the distribution as you suggested describes the pattern of the nerve that travels in the leg called the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is not the cause of the pain source, it is the result of an irritated nerve typically in the lumbar spine (low back) which are caused by herniated disks, spinal stenosis or degenerative disc disease requiring further evaluation by a spine specialist. Read more...