I am 36, had 2 osteotomies over ten years ago, have some significant hip pain but in the last 6 months have some pretty intense lower left side back pain, i have tried pilates, acupuncture, massage and a chiropractor, Yes I have a crappy mattress but I am starting to get really worried and wondering if it could be something else, I did have an mri (so expensive for a poor Grad student:) of the hips that came back ok (with some little fibroid things in the uterus) i am pretty active, about 10 pounds over weight) but very healthy. Does anyone have any suggestions or ideas about what this is, It really hurts when I get up, I have to roll sideways out of bed also when applying pressure to my abdomen on the front left side, the back region also hurts. Any thoughts are appreciated.
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