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Hurt in the lower left back. Burning sensation while passing stool, urine a tint of pink. Reasons?

I was hit in the lower left side of my back with a snow bungee. it stretched out the line broke and the clasp hit me in the lower left side of my back. now this could be nothing. but I just went #2 and it burned like I ate hot peppers for a week. thought maybe my urine had a tint of pink to it, but doesn't now. this happened about4 hrs ago.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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thank you for your query.
the complaints you are reffering appear as the after efefcts of the injury from snow-bungee.

its not a serious injury but you must look out for-
1.back muscle spam
2.blood in urine
3.blood in stools

till then you can use pain killers and pantoprezole

if the symptoms persist i suggest you to take an ultrasound of the abdomen.
thank you,
you can contact me for further queries
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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