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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :  
how can i help you
User :   Hi
User :   for the past 2-3 days i have heavy back pain
Doctor :  
how can i help you
Doctor :  
ok
User :   so i have doubt whether is there nay urinary infection bcoz i wont be drinking water properly
User :   is ther nay connection with urinary infection adn back pain
Doctor :   the chances odf urine infection cal also be there
User :   oh ok
Doctor :  
back pain is also caused if you have urine infection or kidney stonezs
User :   ok
Doctor :  
is there any burning sensation while passing urine
User :   not exactly
Doctor :   or do you get fever often?
User :   now a dyas i am drinking water a lot bcoz that i am passing urine continously which feels comfartable
User :   nope
Doctor :  
ok
User :   but while lying on the bed i wont feel any pain
Doctor :  
are you taking any medications for the back pain
User :   nope
Doctor :  
have you undergone any investigations?
User :   no
User :   today i went to see one doctor.. he wa son leave so thought to meet him tomorrow
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
is the pain intolerable?
User :   nt like that.. but while sitting i feel more paining
Doctor :   did you had any injury to the back like fall?

User :   nope , i had a problem of kidney stone around 3 yrs back.. but i had took some medicines and drinked a lot of water and it went out
Doctor :  
did you had an ultrasound scan done at that time
User :   yes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
There are various causes for low back pain poor posture while sitting, slipped disc, any injury to spine, kidney stones, urinary tract infection etc
User :   ok
Doctor :   or muscle catch

User :   ok
Doctor :  
i suggest you to get some investigations like
User :   its better to have a urine or blood test rt
Doctor :  
X-ray of the lumbar spine
User :   ok
Doctor :  
urine test, and ultrasound scan done
Doctor :   we just need to check whether your kidney stones have increase4d in size
User :   can we go directly and ask the people to take an Xray wihtout doctors prescription
Doctor :  
or you have nay urineryinfection
Doctor :  
you can do this or you can go to the doctor get physically examained and then take the investigations
Doctor :  
if you have pain you can take TAB IBUGESIC PLUS 3 times a day after food
User :   will there be any fever in this case..
Doctor :  
for pain
Doctor :  
the fever will be ther if you have urinary infection
Doctor :  
but not in stones
User :   ok
Doctor :   Get he investigations done and you can get back to us for further nees

User :   thanks doctor
Doctor :   is ther any thing i can help you

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User :   mainly the X-ray of the lumbar spine is done to see for disc , spine problems rt
Doctor :   yes
User :   yes i have filled it
User :   ok, thanks
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