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what would be causing lower right side back pain, lower right side abdominal pain, and frequent urination?


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replied October 18th, 2011
Abdominal Pain Answer A27801
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The symptoms described by you as lower back pain,abdominal pain and frequent urination could be suggestive of kidney issues as stones,infection,raised blood sugar,gall bladder issues etc.
A detailed examination and investigations would help in giving a precise diagnosis and it is difficult to comment without observation.Kinldy visit a Physician for evaluation and request for a USG scan and Blood test for a confirmatory diagnosis.
Hope this helps!


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