== == Well, unless you're dead after writing the question, it's not an aneurysm.
A disk herniation at L4/5 can cause radiating pain both in the anterior and posterior (front and back) parts of the body. What it feels like is dull pain in the abdomen and groin area, with sharp pain in the lower back.
== == Most likely is musculao-skeletal pain, BUT... If you're in middle-late group long-time smoker, it could be an abdominal aortic aneurysm. Otherwiase known as a dilation of the aorta in the mid-abdominal region... If this sounds like you, get to a doctor for evaluation ASAP...!!! He can do a CT or MRI [if physical exam suggests one of these...]
Lower back pain and abdominal pain with liquid diarrhea could be caused by early stage ovarian cancer; also parasitic infection.
could be related to a urinary tract infection.
Abdominal aortic aneurysms occur more often in men, and these aneurysms can cause pain in the lower back, hips, and abdomen.
The most common cause of lower abdominal pain is kidney stones; always check for that first. But many things can cause abdominal pain. If it persists, see your doctor.
An infection. Get checked out.
Laying on the side works best, but honestly lower back AND abdominal pain could be something serious, like a herniated disc, tumor or a kidney infection and should be checked out ASAP if you don't already know the cause.
It may be try that abdominal training can help lower back pain but this may not be your issue. Lower back pain can be caused by a variety of reasons and you should consult your local medical practicioner or witch doctor.
To much weight lifting which can over develop the abdominal region which weakens the lower part of the back
In your case, probably
An STD can indeed cause lower back pain. The most common STD known to cause lower back pain is Chlamydia.
It can cause lower back pain but not always
side of stoiamach try dantine
I believe that shingles can cause lower back pain.
Yes, a urinary tract infection may cause referred lower back pain.
sharp and lower back pain with constipation hernia or colon inflamation
what causes a fatty lump in the lower back
I had Gallstones it hurts really bad in your lower back
Ulcerative Colitis. Inflammation typically reasons persistent digestive issues which include diarrhea, rectal pain, and weight reduction. Abdominal cramping is a common symptom of ulcerative colitis, causing sharp returned and stomach pain on one or both aspects of the frame. ... Lower Left Back Pain from Spinal Structures.
Have your gall bladder checked.