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Pain in lower back, treated for water infection. Swelling on both the sides. Hurting. Recommendations?

Hi, i have been in pain in my lower back area for over four weeks now, i have been treated for water infection with Trimepotrim but the pain is still there and getting worse on he right hand side going into my groin area especially when i cough,i also keep swelling up at the bottom on my back on both sides? What could this be, it's really hurting and driving me crazy?

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Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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I read your problem.You have pain at lower back with Swelling on both side. Is that pain is throbbing type ? If Yes, Then It could be Infection.This can be treated with Antibiotics like cap. Ampicillin & Pain reliever - Aceclofenac. If Pain is Dull aching & deep,it may be of Spondilitis or any unknown injury on lower back. this can be treated with Pain Killer - Aceclofenac + paracetamol drugs. You need Some Hot bag fomentation at Back too.

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Dr Jignesh
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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