Pain in the lower back can be associated with several diagnoses: renal disorder (inflammation and/or infection, kidney stones), muscle or spinal disorders, an ovary disorder. Because of the variety of symptoms you might want to visit your doctor and have an examination as well as standard laboratory tests. If none of these indicate disorders, then you might want to visit a gynecologist to check the ovary and the surrounding structures with an ultrasound.
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