Hello Forum Readers,
Over the last 7 years I would get a sharp (stabbing) pain in the lower right of my back. Didn't think much of it at first, but I did go to the doctors and he checked for kidney stones and nothing surfaced. This has been on and off for a long time now and it happens randomly, I can be sitting down, walking or even when I sleep. It may happen several times a day and then I'd be OK for the next month or so, completely random. Now over the past 6 months I now get the same sharp pain on my left inner thigh, it hurts a lot and the stops after 20-30 seconds or if I massage the inner thigh rigorously, afterwards my thigh remains very tender. Again just like the back pain it happens randomly, but they never occur at the same time. Being a man I've tolerated the pain but as I'm getting older it's starting to hurt too much. My local doctor can not diagnose what it may be, can someone please help me.......
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