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It is important to remember that kidney pain and back pain can have similar symptoms that have completely different causes. You may have symptoms of pain back that are caused by a kidney infection, while another person may have symptoms caused by exactly the same as a back problem.

When back pain is caused by a kidney problem.

Your kidneys are located on the left and right of the column directly above your hips. Pain a kidney infection usually occur near the same area, although it can radiate outwards which complicates diagnosis. Many people describe general symptoms such as pain or pain and not "pain." A sharp stabbing pain may be related to back problems and kidney. Pain or tenderness may be due to a kidney infection or it could be related to some type of damage to the kidneys themselves. For example, an injury caused by a fall could compress a shocking and kidney damage.

In addition to kidney pain caused by accidents or injuries are also symptoms associated with a kidney infection. The pain of a kidney infection is much more common than that caused by physical trauma. In addition, with a kidney infection will often be other symptoms like fever, painful urination or blood in the urine.

How to tell if you have a kidney infection and what to do about it.

If you have a kidney infection, you probably have some of the following symptoms: fever, chills, back pain and pain. Nausea and pain near the infected kidney may also occur. Your doctor will diagnose the disease through renal function tests or by bacterial test. Why two kinds of tests? Because there are two common types of kidney disorders, each with a different cause. The treatment and relief pain is likely to include rest and antibiotics for any bacterial infection. Usually the treatment will last several weeks, but some of people may have structural problems and require long-term treatment.

The bottom line is you want to get the right information about what might be the creation of their symptoms of pain – no Do not self diagnose. A kidney infection left untreated for many years may have catastrophic consequences for their health. If there is a history of kidney infection in your family or have recently suffered a fall or been in a car accident or had some other trauma that may have caused damage to the kidneys, you should consider consulting a doctor. Treatment for back pain caused by bad posture or stress is different that treatment for back pain caused by a kidney infection. You want to treat the right condition.

Ryan C. Nagy, M.A., creator of the Back Pain Foundation and a university instructor, and former autism researcher, is dedicated to using the internet to inform about best health practices. Come see him at:

The Back Pain Foundation: http://backpainfoundation.org/

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