There could be many things wrong. Even just sitting all the time, but I know with me I was diagnosed with follicular nonhodgskins lymphoma, but I also had a spleen taken out 6 months before that and that was cancer and that's why I had the achy back, because there was cancer. Another thing is about 15 years ago I had a fibroid tumor that was pushing on my intestines and bladder and was giving me some problems. So it doesn't mean it's cancer. It could be a number of things going. The best thing to do, is if the pain is still there for quite some time, you should go to the doctor and have him or her check it out. Good luck.View Thread
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