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Lower back pain with feeling of extra pulse, bubbling pops, painful urination, numbness in legs. Causes?

Hi how r u, my lower left back has been hurting the past 3 years now I m starting to feel an extra pulse and bubbling pops everywhere do u have a clue what it is.... At first I would get continuous bacterial infections, and an uti infection for a while and still now a yellow discharge, back pain , numbing in the legs when I sit sometimes about a yr ago my face has breaking out bad and won t go away. When I stretch or workout that pain in the lower left is intense. When I pea sometimes it burns but not like a std burn just painful
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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you have left flank pain and burning micturition..
this could be due to renal stone/pyelonephritis..
see your urologist for the analysis of the condition and the treatment..
need to get one urine examination and ultrasound examination..
later on management is based on the report..
renal calculi based on the stone size, either hydrotherapy/lithotripsy is done..
if there is infection antibiotics is needed..
drink lot of fluids..
Answered: Thu, 8 Aug 2013
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