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lower back pain with sharp shooting pain in the groin

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im 36 weeks and having lower back pain with sharp shooting pain in the groin area and it goes into my thighs what is this???


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replied September 17th, 2014
Labor and Delivery Answer A49258
Hello and Welcome

I appreciate your concern.


Please Take tylenol for the pain , if symptoms persist then please go to the ER to see if delivery is indicated or not and to assess for the condition of the baby via an obstetric ultrasound.





Let me know if you have any query

wishing you best of health

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