Nutcracker syndrome - What are the causes?

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Pains in the pelvic region of women are frequently dismissed as symptoms of menstruation – but they could be caused by a trapped renal vein. The so-called nutcracker syndrome has its roots in human evolution and when we began walking upright – leading to an arching or “lordosis” of the lower back. But minor surgery can help.

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