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Right Side Pain

Hello!  I have been having pain in what seems like the whole right side of my torso.  I feel it in my lower back, right groin area, upper right abnomin, right flank, and in my side.  I also have some aching pain in my right buttock, hip, and upper thigh area.  If it where not for the abdominal pain, I would be almost certain that this was coming from my lower back.  It seems to bother me more when sitting.  I have to admit that I am a little scared that this might be coming from an organ.  I do not have any changes in my bowels or urination.  Can a lower back problem cause pain in all of these areas?  I do have a doctors appointment for next Thursday, but have not seen a doctor about this yet.  This has probably been going on for about the last month.  Any ideas?
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514494 tn?1376511148
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Do you have a fever? Any vomiting? Can you jump up and down in place without the pain becoming excruciating?

Over all, it sounds to me as if this is organic in nature... Back pain alone would probably not cause these symptoms. It's good that you're scheduled to see a doctor.

Warm wishes,
AT
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Not I do not have any fever or vomiting.  It does not seem to get any worse with movement.  The pain is the only symptom that I have.  Does it sound like it could be gynocological in nature?
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514494 tn?1376511148
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That is a possibility.
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