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I Just started having some severe pain in my lower right groin area radiating to my lower right back. It hurts weather I'm moving or sitting still.. came on suddenly? Any ideas of what this might be? It hurts real bad..


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replied November 17th, 2011
Kidney Conditions Answer A28632
Hello, and thank you for your medical question on e Health Forum.‎

The description of your symptoms indicate the possibility of renal stones and or a urinary infection. ‎

Pain that originates due to renal issues (Stones, infection) is episodic, spasmodic or colicky in ‎nature, ‎originating in the flank and radiating to the lower belly, inner thigh. It is ‎associated with other ‎symptoms like nausea, vomiting and systemic features due to any infection. ‎

Renal pain does not resolve with change in position nor with adequate rest and can even cause ‎sleep ‎disturbances. ‎

Renal colic may not respond to moderate or high doses of OTC pain killers and may need ‎immediate ‎medical attention with IV medications or Narcotic analgesics. ‎

Urinary infections present with burning pain or discomfort with urination. ‎

You might consider consulting your doctor or a Urologist for a physical examination and additional ‎evaluation (urine analysis and culture) ‎and proper treatment. ‎



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