Ovary problems, infections, kidney issues, pregnancy, and even tumors can cause lower back pain. It will help if you visit a pain specialist to rule out any of the above reasons, especially when you can't pinpoint a specific injury.
A pain specialist will complete a physical examination to determine the exact location of the pain. These tests often include CT scans, MRI, nerve studies, or spinal x-rays. Note that certified health care professionals will inquire about your history of spinal cord injury, arthritis, and family history.