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What causes white discharge during urination and severe back pain ? How are they treated ?

Dear Dr. i m 24 year old i have lower backpain from last 3 months i had taken X-rays for the same as per suggetion of orthopedician but E-rays shown everything is normal but still i,m suffering from backpain. onecs i had collected my urine in bottle after wake up at morning i seen white layer on bottam of bottel. so why is it happened kindly suggest me.
Asked On : Thu, 26 May 2011
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Hello Ramesh;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
The normal X-ray means there is no injury to the bone or any changes of degeneration in bone but that does not help to locate the problem.Back pain can be due to tiredness after work;calciumdeficiency and even a disc prolapse which can be seen on a MRI scan and not on X-ray.In any case please start on a multivitamin and calcium tablets and see you will feel better for support you can occassionally take a pain killer also.
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