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christy0590 christy0590 22-25, F 11 Answers Jul 28, 2012

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Radiating pain is often caused by a pinched nerve or discogenic disease.... best to be checked. But.... that would be MY guess.... but I am NOT a doctor. Good luck.

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It could be a heart problem, back problem or even a gallbladder attack- I had THE worst pain ever when I had a gallbladder attack- & it was in my back- it hurt to BREATH even, for 8 hours straight, only thing helped was kneeling on my bed with my arms like a pretzel on my pillow & my head resting on my arms- now i have to avoid fats- only eat fat free or under 5 grams fat per meal- or I'll have one of those attacks again & they are worse than childbirth- pain wise.

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Then don't ever move again. I suspect it's a lower back pain.

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Great advice lol, yeah not moving and yeah lower back...only problem with not moving is my lease is up in a few days and we r trying to move !

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Get to Doctor ASAP. Could be a number of things.

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You probably pulled a ligament, but there is a chance you are starting to experience some of the more advanced stages of appendicitis... either way, I'd go see the doc.

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I thought appendicitis pain was on the right?

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I honestly wasn't sure, so I didn't want to exclude the possibility, and just in case, wanted to exercise the potential importance of going to the doctor just in case, and if I was wrong, best case scenario, I was wrong, and you just pulled a muscle, or ligament, or just have a bad case of gas.

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No idea but please see a doctor soon.

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