Lower back, groin... down through leg pain (right)
Asked Feb 14, 2011, 06:47 AM
I have been having pain (moderate) in right groin area that radiates down through my leg to about my knee. I sometimes feel a pain in right lower back but that doesn't last. The pain in my leg is more a nuisance and annoying pain rather than anything severe. It has been increasing getting more persistent and lasting almost all day. Lying down does not relieve the pain. I have a difficult time lying on my right side as my hip also hurts. I did not drive anywhere or change anything in my routine. I am not working right now. It almost feels like a pulled muscle, but not. I know that doesn't make much sense but I don't know how else to describe it. I would like to know how to relieve this pain if I could. I have no medical insurance and was wondering if anyone could help with how to relieve the pain. On a scale from 1-10 it's probably most often a 3-4 but occasionally ges to a 5 or 6 in "spasms." Thank you for any advice anyone can give me.