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sudden pain in lower back right side that comes and goes

Lately I am getting a sudden sharp pain on my lower back on the right side, during some normal movements, usually when my right leg is invovled, some times sudden movements or some times, very slow movement can also cause this. I just have to stop in my tracks, on what ever i was doing, slowly move my legs/rub the area, and it will go away. i can pretty much go back to what i was doing, like nothing happened.  Just to describe my self, i am very active, usually run about 3-4 times a week for about 20miles, and bike around 1-2 times a week for about 20-30miles. One thing I have found was that i  usually get this pain when i am tired from running or just doing chores at home. I haven't visited my doctor yet, though what i have found was that unless i acurately describe what is going on, its hard to get a good diagnoisis. What i am looking here is any pointers on what could be causing pain like this. something i can take concretely to my doctor to discuss this. 

And would it be better to go to any specialist instead of my regular physician.



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