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Lowerback pain and abdominal pain

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My lower back has been hurting for awhile, is tolerable. After chasing my granddaughter around the yard I woke up with my insides feeling like they were falling out. I had that feeling years ago when I had a non-cancerous tumor the size of a basket ball engulfing my uterus and ovaries. Those parts are gone so I thought something else was falling. I have had an Upper and Lower GI, a CAT scan, Ultrasound, blood tests, abdominal x-rays, treated for intestinal and colon disorders. They have found nothing. When the pain is worst in the front my back pain is the worst. It hurts to walk, sit, stand, and even lay down. What could it be?


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replied December 18th, 2010
Abdominal Pain Answer A17846
Hello,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The feeling and symptoms you describe are suggestive of abdominal or pelvic mass. If the CAT scan, ultrasound and blood tests have come back normal, it could be taken as nothing wrong as said by your treating doctors. If these investigations done were a long time back (more than 6 months), then you should request for a repeat ultrasound scan of whole abdomen and pelvis to see if any issues like hernia or tumor is again developing that could be responsible for your symptoms.
For the back pain, try with rest and hot water fomentation, it should help. If the pain continues, then a spinal x-ray along with Orthopedic opinion will be recommended.
Take care.



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