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sharp painful twinges, right side, lower back.

(15 Posts)
Tortoise Thu 06-Oct-11 18:42:04

Been happening since this morning. On and off all day. Not linked to movement, can bend etc fine. Can be sat still on a chair and still get this Sharp stabbing pain on the right hand side lower back/just above bum cheek/hip level. Regular twinges not constant but annoying and painful.
Any ideas what it could be?

Tortoise Thu 06-Oct-11 20:49:57

Seemed to almost stop for an hour now back to regular twinges.

Avenged Thu 06-Oct-11 21:01:01

Does the pain go down the back of your leg at all or is it just in the one place?

Avenged Thu 06-Oct-11 21:03:54

Sorry OP, I'm absolutely shattered ATM and I'm literally dropping off at the computer, so I'm off to bed, but I will be back tomorrow at some point in the morning.

Take care until then OP.

Tortoise Thu 06-Oct-11 21:04:01

Just in one place.

Tortoise Thu 06-Oct-11 21:07:22

Ok, thank you.

florencepink Thu 06-Oct-11 21:12:54

Would you describe it as almost a burning type of pain? And does it last just a few seconds each time?

CherryLip Thu 06-Oct-11 21:14:43

Perhaps your sacro iliac joint is playing up. Maybe try hot pack or icepack?

Tortoise Thu 06-Oct-11 21:24:40

Last a few seconds but more of a Sharp stabbing pain.

Avenged Fri 07-Oct-11 13:27:58

Does it hurt when you move?

Avenged Fri 07-Oct-11 13:35:52

Does pressure relieve it or make it worse?

BertieBotts Fri 07-Oct-11 13:38:35

Could be kidney related. Have you had a UTI recently and/or do you feel generally unwell? Are your lips dry? (Sign of dehydration = not drinking enough.)

Tortoise Fri 07-Oct-11 16:33:14

Well, what ever it was had stopped overnight! Maybe trapped nerve. Thanks for replies.

Avenged Thu 13-Oct-11 22:08:52

Hi OP, how are you doing? Has your pain disappeared or has it come back at all?

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Tortoise Fri 14-Oct-11 22:01:05

No more pains. Thanks for asking.

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