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Having pain in left lower side of back, hip bone to testicles. What is wrong?

ive had pain about 2 weeks now . its all on the left lower side of my back but you can feel it all the way threw my body to the front . of the hip bone all the way down the crease to my testicle . it flares up mainly when i stand up . ive been drinking lots of fluids (cranberry water ) but not really used the restroom like i should of. no fever not tired cant make any moves to the left without feeling pain can you help
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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It can be Renal stone or stone blocked in the left ureter.
Please get an Ultrasound abdomen for proper diagnosis.
If it is normal,then it could be musculo skeletal pain.
Till ultrasound,you can take Antibiotic like Norfloxacin,Antispasmodic like Dicyclomine and anti inflammatory drug.
Drink plenty of liquids.
If you come back with Ultrasound report,i will clarify further
Wish you speedy recovery
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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