Is lower back pain a sign of kidney problems?
I do not see any specific reasons to suspect kidney problem with you as there are no other symptoms
I am sorry for your pain.
Lower back pain can occur due to several reasons and not just due to kidney pathology.
I do not see any specific reasons to suspect kidney problem with you as you do not have any other symptoms.
The first thing to be suspected is that it might be related to your cycle.
Secondly, intervertebral disc problems can commonly present with lower back pain which can be ruled out by an MRI.
However, a physical examination is required to properly comment. As you do not have any other symptoms, I do not think it is related to any kidney problem.
However, an ultrasound abdomen/pelvis can confirm.
No, I do not suggest an additional one
No, I do not suggest an additional one. As ultrasound was also Normal, this further supports that your pain may not be related to kidney.
Please follow up regarding the other possibilities I mentioned earlier.
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