Our expert says:
The sharp stabbing pain is most likely due to facet joint injury or disc pathology, especially if the pain radiates to the buttocks and thigh. The other pain could be due to an infection of the urinary tract, a small kidney stone, ovarian cyst or pelvic inflammatory disease. I therefore, suggest that you consult your doctor for an examination, urine test, blood tests, MRI of the lower back and possible abdominal ultrasound.
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