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Internal diseases causing lower back pain ?

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What I want to know is if there are any diseases other than spinal diseases that can have a symptom of lower back pain. I know your monthly period can have a symptom of lower back pain, I just want to know if there is an internal disease that can cause lower back pain.
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replied April 30th, 2009
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Rockyroad61,

there are various medical conditions that can cause lower back pain that are not spinal related; far to many to list.

some of them are rare as well.

a simple google search of common causes of lower back pain will give you answers that you might be looking for.

Have you seen your primary doctor about any lower back pain you are having?

Fran
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replied April 30th, 2009
Been to Too many Doctors
I have been to my primary care dr, several neurologist, orthopedics, obstratricians, pain management and more. I have done google on back pain and all it ever comes up with is something wrong with the spine, disk etc. Maybe if someone could give me the name of just one disease that has lower back pain as a symptom
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replied May 1st, 2009
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Have you had an MRI done?

Have you been given a diagnosis?

some of the things besides spine conditions that can cause low back pain


Pelvic inflammatory disease.
Aortic aneurysm.
Peptic ulcers.
Gallbladder disease.
Pancreatitis.
Urinary disorders such as kidney stones or urinary tract infections.
Prostate disease.
Uterine fibroids
Chlamydia ... lower back pain, lower back pain worse during menstruation
Colorectal Polyps
Copper toxicity
Endometriosis

the most common causes of lower back pain has to do directly with the spine.

Fran
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replied April 9th, 2013
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hi i was just wondering my husband is in taiwan right now and he is suffering from his lower back pain fro 3 weeks now. he has been to a doctor and was given a shot of diclofenac. the pain went away for 2 days but it just came back again, i read in google that is very dangerous that drug but what should my husband do? have an xray or mri? the pain he says goes down to his legs & knees, what should he do, appreciate your advise ASAP
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