Ongoing throbbing Pain in left lower back,hip,pelvis.
I am a healthy 28 year old female. I have had pain that comes and goes through out my lower back,hip and pelvis for almost 4 months now, and recently sharp shooting pains in left side of my head on base of skull and temple area( not sure its related but the left side pattern is freaking me out)It seems to be getting worse. I have had blood work,x ray &vaginal ultrasound, all are normal. The pain in my back,hip & pelvic feels like menstrual cramps that radiate back and forth all day in those areas. I am awaiting an MRI but I am so over the pain. It is affecting my everyday life. It's so bad I get nauseas sometimes. My Dr's lack of concern is so frustrating, I have never dealt with consistent pain like this. It worries me so much. Any feedback is appreciated. I currently take 800 mg ib profen and Tylenol for my pain.
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