What organ is in on the back left above buttocks in back area. I have severe pain in this area is it the kidneys?
No, the kidneys are up higher in the back.
The vast majority if the time pain in the area you describe is from the muscles in the back. Occasionally other problems with abdominal organs can go there so if the pain is that bad you would be best to see your doctor.
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