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Pain in the back, difficult bowel movements and pain while urination. Are these related?

Hello. I need some help. My back has been since last night around 10pm. I really don t know what happened. I didn t like hurt myself at all. Its still hurting. I took some pain medication but its not working. I just want the pain to stop. Also ive been having a hard time pooping as well. Also when I pee it also kind of hurts at the end. I dont know if that helps...thank tpu
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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The pain ion your back could be a muscular pain or due to a urinary tract infection. Most of the times, a mild pain killer and hot fomentation is helpful. If the pain persists, the urine examination and proper antibiotics are needed for infection.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Wed, 13 Feb 2013
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