If you have bumps down your throat and you feel like you have something stuck in your lower throat, it could be a bacterial infection such as pharyngitis or tonsillitis. You should consult your doctor because bacterial infections usually require a course of antibiotics to clear them up.
Varies. Could be a sprain along you sciatic nerve.
noo it could be cancer take to the vet!!
If Your A Woman It Could Be Your Period And A Crap Or Urine Infection
It could be anything, but the first thing that comes to mind is a tumor. You should get to a doctor and have it checked out.
You could be feeling your spine. or have a cluster of benign limpomas. More description is needed.
A Yeast infection, if your female
Between her lower back and upper thigh?
Its possible You could have a Pelvic infection.
How long is recovery from lower respiratory infection
Pain in the buttocks during pregnancy can be caused by stretching ligaments and from pressure from the baby's head in the pelvis.
There are many different things that a hard boil type knot with no core on the lower part of the back could be. It could be infection.
If it is associated with a kidney infection like mine was it could cause pain in lower back
She has bumps and is always licking on her lower bottom under. She also is prone to ear infection and allerges.
It could be anything, go to the doctor.
You could possibly have an infection, probably urinary tract infection, or if your sexually active, you may have an STD.
It could have an upper or lower respiratory tract infection. It could have lung worm or cheesy gland infection. Or the feed being fed could be very dusty and irritable to your goats throat.
Could be Kidney infection? Just a suggestion
kidney stone, pulled adhesions, infection
could be related to a urinary tract infection.
Hello - No a yeast infection will not cause this but a period or a approaching period can and so will a pulled or strained muscle.
This could be a kidney infection and needs to be evaluated by your doctor or midwife ASAP.
well it could be a pulled muscle or a kidney infection...call your dr.