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lower back pain, left leg pain, pelvic pain
i have been having pelvic pain on the left side as well as lower back pain and leg pains both on the left side as well for about 2 weeks now. A couple days after they started they got so bad to the point where i was in tears. What could it be? kidney infection or something? I just have no idea and they happen on and off throughout the day and wake me up every morning.
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Did you fall or had any injury. You have to go for an ultrasound of your lower abdomen, kidney area to determine the causes. It can be a stone, infection  or intestinal problem. Take some pain killers for symptomatic relief but do visit a Physician. Take care!
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Have you checked to make sure it is not a female problem? I have pain in the leg, back, and pelvic but not to the degree you are talking about. It could be endometrosis(spelling) or fibroids.
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I am also having pain on my right pelvis, sudden uncomfortable pain. I started noticing it when I only had a day of menstruation. Then I palpated a moving lump on my right pelvis which is painful when pressed. But now, even if not pressed, I am having sudden pain to that part which also radiates to my back . Also with my left leg. I went for a check up and they suspected ectopic pregnancy but after some urine test, was ruled out. I also had ultrasound and blood test.

I am really so uncomfortable as I am a foreigner here in China, working as a teacher and its almost everyday that I experience sudden pain, Although its tolerable, I am still worried. Please do help.
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