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I have a sharp, burning sensation on my right side of my waist. This only occurs if I bend incorrectly or while trying to exercise (like jumping jacks) and it will literally stop me in my tracks. I have no other pain anywhere else, nor do I have any issues urinating. I went to an E-Care facility and they performed an x-ray and said there were no kidney stones and that it "could" be shingles. It is a little swollen right where the sharp burning pain occurs when I move the wrong way (almost in the middle of my waist on my right side where a man's pants would rest).
Already Tried: I went to an E-Care and they dismissed it as kidney stones, however I have no other signs of this and I firmly believe it is something else.