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i have lower back pain on my right sidw which is throbbing

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i have lower back pain on my right sidw which is throbbing pain
Submitted: 8 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Josh replied 8 years ago.


Is the pain radiating to front part of abdomen?

Since how many days you have pain ?

Any past medical issue?


Numbness in thigh? Age and sex?



Customer: replied 8 years ago.
no, strictlyat the lowe right of my back about and inc or 2 above and behind my hip bone.

I had a prostate biopsy 2weeks ago with negative results.

i have also been passing microscopic blood in urine and much more in semen
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
male 54
no fever
Expert:  Dr. Josh replied 8 years ago.

The Lower right back pain traditionally is central and comes from the spine.

Usually pain comes from the Sacro-iliac joint. This is the joint out from the spine and links your spine to your pelvis.

This can be managed with prescription medications and physical therapy.

Also it is important that you should go for X-ray/ MRI of spine.

Other possibilities are- herniated disc, Arthritis of spine.


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Customer: replied 8 years ago.
this is not musculo-skeletal. It is not radiating from the spine at all.

Its more of an interal pain isolate in te right loer back Actually feels like a burning pain
Expert:  Dr. Josh replied 8 years ago.

Well, ideally you should have a ultrasound , to diagnose the cause. There is possibility of kidney stone. A detailed clinical checkup is required from doctor .

please get it checked.


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