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Sharp pain in back and stomach, constant pain in upper groin area. Looking for solution

It started with a lower back pain . This went around to the lower stomach . Then to the sides and back and forth over about 3 weeks. A used to get very sharp pains that immobilized me. Now I have an almost constant pain in the upper groin area on the left hand side but no more sharp pains. Its not imposible to live with but bending can be difficult. I have to lie on my back to put my socks on and even that is painful.
Asked On : Sat, 26 May 2012
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Thanks for query,
It seems that you might have some problem in your spines giving rise to this problem.
You have not mentioned your age,if you are elderly then you might have some osteo artheritis,osteoporosis of spines.
Go for X ray lumbar region to find out the cause.
After report go for the treatment accordingly.
Meanwhile you use hard bed for sleeping,
Go for Back extension exercise.
If require take some pain relieving and muscle relaxant medicines.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 19 Jun 2012
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