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Having lower back pain and lower abdominal pain, feels discomfort at night or while using rest room

I woke up last night with severe lower back pains and as the day progressed it shifted to the abdomen then to my lower abdomen. It s not excruciating pain as when it woke me up in the middle of the night but a bit of discomfort. Also when I use the restroom i feel a little bit of discomfort as well. I have no problem urinating.
Asked On : Sat, 5 May 2012
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A shifting pain starting in the lower back shifting to the abdomen and then to the lower abdomen is usually an indication of urinary stones.You should check your urine routine and ultrasound scan to see if you have renal stones.A boring discomfort or pain may be due to hydronephrosis which can be due to a stone blocking your ureter.You need to do a ultrasound to find out if it is a serious condition like the above mentioned or just due to dyspepsia
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