My girlfriend has been complaining about variable pain in her back and her abdomen (possibly her stomach and her sides) every time she moves about the. pain seems to fluctuate. (all though not servere pain). she can still go out and about and walk around. she is overweght wieght aprox 122kgs and she should weigh 52 kgs. she has very large breasts that put a strain on her back very sorry to mention that:-( goes to the toilet frequently (to urinate) i am very concerned about this. could this possibly be,
or strain on her back
Any kind of pain should be checked out by a doctor, it may just be a simple UTI or something completly different, if its not effecting her everyday routines its proberly nothing serious but like i said any pain should be checked out!
Try simple painkillers for any discomfort or even a hot water bottle to ease off any pain!
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Fluctuating pain in the abdomen and back can be due to gas. If she is overweight and exercises little she could be having hypothyroidism, PCOS, or diabetes which could be causing gas. This needs to be ruled out first. Other than that it can be a kidney stone or urinary bladder infection.
Please consult her PCP for primary examination followed by proper referral.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
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