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My thighs have been sore for two months with no lower back pain. Can ddd cause this? That is my diagnosis? .

Sore thighs... Sore thighs can be caused by many things, depending on age, medications, activity, and various metabolic or arthritic diseases, i suggest you consult an internist, neurologist or rheumatologist. Read more...
Not Likely. Degenerative disc disease alone usually causes primarily low back pain. There may be some radiating leg pain with it due to local nerve root irritation and referred pain but it is unusual for ddd to cause primarily thigh pain. There may be disc bulging or lumbar stenosis with nerve root compression or it may not be related to your back at all. Read more...

Shifting groin pain, dull ache in testicles near the thigh pit, lower back pain, slightly constipated, help me?

Hernia? Any mention of groin pain raises the possibility of a hernia, which would typically be associated with a lump that is larger with standing and coughing. Could also be a back problem, groin muscle strain, or trunk muscle strain. If you're worried, see your primary care doctor for a proper evaluation. Hope this helps! Read more...