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i have pain in my right lower back kidney area when i bend

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i have pain in my right lower back kidney area when i bend over or lay down and try to get up it does'nt feel like a muscel pull.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Shah replied 7 years ago.
How long are you having this pain? What is your age and gender? Do you feel pain by pressing in that area? Do you have any urinary or genital symptoms? Is there any radiating or shooting pain or fever?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
44 yr old male feel a little tingle in right leg and it started about a week ago
Expert:  Dr. Shah replied 7 years ago.
Do you feel pain by pressing in your back at rt. kidney area? Are you able to reproduce the pain? Did you do heavy work or work that require repeated bending? Do you have any health issues?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
no it does'nt hurt when i press it and yes if i lay down and get up or bend over it hurts, no i haven't done any heavy lifting , i do get off and on a motorcycle all day , and i don't have any health issues
Expert:  Dr. Shah replied 7 years ago.
Based on the information and description, you don't seem to have any alarming symptoms at this time. Onset of your backache is just a week and you don't have any urinary symptoms. Keeping all these information in mind, your backache is most likely due to musculoskeletal problems and can be managed at home by conservative measures like pain meds oral and local, use heating pad, bed rest and physiotherapy. You can read more about it from click here.

If it does not improve in 10 days then you will have to go for evaluation and you will need urine test, x ray lumbo- sacral spine, ultrasound to get more insight about your problem.
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