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Pain in left abdomen and thigh

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i am suffering from an annoying pain in the lower left side of the abdomen.there is some of it even in the upper inner tigh radiates to the backside too.this pain started on the last day of my menstrual cycle while i was working out on the increases when i workout.few days earlier i was suffering from a muscle rupture on the left side of my that is almost alrite after medication.could this pain in the left abdoman and thigh be due to a simple muscle pull or some connection with the neck pain that i had last week.

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replied March 26th, 2009
Abdominal Pain Answer A6139

The pain you reported might be caused by overstretching of certain lower back muscles which put pressure on the nerves that leave the spine in the vicinity. You might want to apply non-steroidal anti-inflammatory creams topically. Avoiding exercises that include lower back muscles is recommended, too.
One other possible cause for your condition is minor kidney stone. If the pain does not disappear within several days of rest, you might want to visit your doctor for urine laboratory tests and eventually renal ultrasound to confirm or rule out the presence of the kidney stone.

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