This community covers anxiety disorders and other mental health issues, Sophie.
The posters at Wellsphere's General Medicine community should be able to provide a more authoritative answer.
? That is a common area in the lower back that can have subluxation, causing pain, and also decreasing flexibility.... There are also ligaments in this area as well as overlying muscle which can spasm (and cause pain).
Due to the SI Joint...
with your gynecologist about this pain - you might need an ultrasound to check your ovaries for cysts or to rule out any other causes of the pain.
Please keep us posted,
Lynette Sheppard RN Health Maven, Menopause Community...
I have two thoughts for you on this. The first is that this sort of thing, especially when worrisome, is best checked out through your healthcare provider of choice.
My second though is in the form of a ques