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Lower back pain, spreading to hip and thigh. Muscle or vein strain?

hello doctor my name is amey im from mumbai age is 26 weight.i had a pain in my lower back little up portion from my right hip & same pain in my upper thigh right side it go to middle thigh it a muscle strain or vein strain i dont know my work is to seat on computer for lotss of hours.1 day i sat for 4/5 hr continously suddenly i realise the pain .is it a spain, strain or a general pain i have send you the affected portion circled in blue . please i need your help doctor & remedy on that..please reply on my email id YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Thanks for the query. Low back pain with leg pain especially in sitting job profile needs to investigated. It could be simple muscle dysfunction but I would suggest to consult a spine specialist to make sure its not sciatica problem. You may have to do X-rays of the spine.Thanks.
Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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