Back Pain On The Left Radiating To The Lower Abdomen?
, I am lusiana 21 th. I want to ask, lately I have felt pain on the left side of my back. Some time ago I had a massage, and it’s getting better. But the pain reappeared, the pain moved not only in the left waist, sometimes in the middle, sometimes in the lower abdomen. When squatting, sitting and standing up after sitting the pain is very sharp. I read on several webs, regarding the symptoms of kidney stones, what do I feel is an indication of kidney stones? but my urine color is normal. Please help explain. Thanks.
Hi Luciana, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Back pain, or any pain in the abdomen, back, groin or shoulder, can arise for at least two reasons, because there is an injury or damage to the place that causes the pain, or there is damage or disruption to internal organs that are located near or far from the location. the pain. For example, pain in the right shoulder can be caused by an injury to the shoulder after a fall, but it can also be the result of a problem with the liver or bile that is clearly located far from the shoulder.
So in short, conditions that can cause pain at the site of occurrence (local) are skin diseases, injuries to muscles, joints, bones or connective tissue between bones, and nerve diseases. While for indirect projected pain there are many types depending on the location, but in your case, the medical conditions characterized by projected pain on the left hip are:
Urinary tract infection
Indigestion in the left intestine
Disorders of the liver and bile
So in your case, our advice is to check with your doctor about your condition. Because not all low back pain indicates kidney stone pain. Kidney stone pain is usually accompanied by persistent pain regardless of whether you are squatting, sitting, standing or running. The diagnosis of kidney stones is usually proven by the results of routine urine tests that support the presence of signs of the substance that makes up stones in the urine and a supportive history.
Things are different when you have a urinary tract infection. You will feel pain when urinating, urinate frequently, and sometimes you may have a fever. Similarly, the symptoms of appendicitis and others. So again, what you can do is to check with your doctor. Your doctor will do is make sure first that there is no local cause of your pain, then your doctor will try to find out what internal organs are involved. Meanwhile, to reduce pain you can take paracetamol which you can buy at the pharmacy, but don't forget to pay attention to the rules of use listed. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa