Why am I experience stomach, back and hip pain?

I have been experiencing stomach pain for a few months now and I went in and had a CT Scan done on Aug 12th. The results showed: "1.Trace amounts of peritoneal fluid in the pelvic cul-de-sac. Additionally, there is a tiny rounded calcificationwithin the cul-de-sac fluid. 2. Fluid within the distal right iliopsoas bursa." The doctor concluded that I had an ovarian cyst that ruptured and the fluid would go away eventually.
I still feel bloated and uncomfortable today. On Mon the 26th, I woke in the middle of the night and could hardly walk because my lower back was in such excruciating pain and I was near tears. I took some ibuprofen and eventually fell back asleep. My back still hurts today, but not as severe. It mainly hurts now when I bend over or move a certain way. Should I be concerned about these symptoms and how long until the bloating feeling goes away in the stomach from the cyst and the fluid?
I am also a little concerned about the fluid in my hip because it could stem back to when I was about 15 and went in for physical therapy for my leg because it would start hurting after walking for long hours (example: Great America, Mall of America, etc.), but then it started hurting after only walking short distances and I would have to physically lift my leg up into the car because I could not do it on my own. After receiving physical therapy for a few months, someone decided to look at my back. They said that my back was a little crooked and was putting pressure on the muscle that attaches my lower back to my thigh/hip and that was why I was having problems and they sent me to a Chiropractor. My recent CAT Scan showed fluid in the tendon that connects my back to my thigh/hip and someone asked if it was from a previous injury. I am wondering if I these things are related and if I can have the fluid out because I am still recieving chiropractic care today.
Asked Sep 03, 2013
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Answered Sep 21, 2013
way to relieve hip pain is by holding ice to the area for about 15 minutes a few times a day. Try to rest the affected joint as much as possible until you feel better.
If you have arthritis, exercising the hip joint with low-impact exercises, stretching, and resistance training can reduce pain and improve joint mobility. For example, swimming is a good non-impact exercise for arthritis. Physical therapy can also help increase your range of motion.
Answered Mar 14, 2015

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