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lower back and thigh pain

hello,


im 27, male, and working as an Office Assistant. i have written you cos of this pain at my lower back and thighs at the same time. i have been experiencing pain two days now. i dont think its kidney failure. i have good flow of my urine so i think it has nothing to do with my kidneys. i did not work-out yesterday so isnt either a muscle spasm.
pls help me.
Thanks and more power.


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1340994 tn?1374197577
Most back pain goes away on its own within 6 weeks.  Walking is good for most back isssues.  You could take ibuprofen.  
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Do you have any history of back injury even something that you may have brushed off as minor or been involved in sports/gymnastics/chearleading?  I have those same symptoms; however, mine are specifically from back problems i.e. herniated discs, degenerative discs disease, etc.  If it is your back, please seek treatment immediately!!
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See your doctor.  You could have a pinched nerve or slipped disc.
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I agree with JMD_RN.   It could be sciatica from a pinched nerve.  I get it from time to time.  You need an orthopedist.  Hope you are able to resolve your problem.
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