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Tolarable Lower back pain
Low intensity right side of back pain and a irratiative starch or slight pain in hip and upper thigh ..More in morning and reduces as day passes .
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Hello well it's quite possible that you are facing muscular spasm... suggest you to use any analgesic spray for the time being... it's better you consult an orthopaedician and get yourself examined to r ule out causes related to spine or postural problems...thank you
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The pain can be relieved with Tab.Drotin-M when required ; Now for the cause , Is there any Urinary complaint like more /less frequency, any burning in urination ,any past history of Urinary Tract Infection ( UTI ) ,any fever, any swelling or nodes in the groin area,any constipation,any Gastritis or Hyperacidity,or any other symptom you may be able to mention, anything mentionable in past 3 months ,any relation to menses ,please give more details/
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Hello There, Low intensity right side of back pain radiating towards Hip and upper thigh suggests Spondylosis. But if pain is accompanied with  Fever, Burning micturation and Nausea/Vomiting then Renal Calculi and Pelvic Inflammatory disease should be ruled out. For Final diagnosis; Usltrasonography of Abdomen and Pelvis, X-Ray Lumbo-Sacral Spine, Complete Blood Count and Urine Routine/ Micro rests may be  required.
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