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this can be gallstones.
With back pain is fairly typical.
This can become a more serious problem, and I would get examined now.
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Spinal disc problem.
Both can cause this and can come and go.
I would get an MRI: they can look at both areas at the same time.
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CT is not good for imaging the spine.
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As I told you, you need an MRI.
This will show disc and nerve problems.
It can also show abdominal scar tissue.
In fact, CT does not.
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Additional information: I suggest you see an MD of physical medicine and rehabilitation.
This doctor would have ordered the MRI.
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The most important thing to ask is what triggers it?
what makes your pain worse?