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Side Pain (Definition)

Side pain = pain / discomfort of the torso ...Read more


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I have a difficulty urinating and have a flank pain. What should I do?

I have a difficulty urinating and have a flank pain. What should I do?

Urology consult: At your age and in the absence of any obvious problem, you should not be experiencing difficulty with urination. The pain could be a sign of obstruction. This needs to be evaluated soon by a physician and preferably by a urologist. ...Read more

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Acute flank pain on left side 2 weeks ago. Now chronic mild pain in right rib cage since a month ago. Sometimes cloudy urination.

Acute flank pain on left side 2 weeks ago. Now chronic mild pain in right rib cage since a month ago. Sometimes cloudy urination.

Need more info: Is it random or is there something you do that faithfully will trigger it. Can you put your finger right on the spot and cause increased pain? Or is it an internal pain that is difficult to localize. Does it feel like a muscle ache? And electric shock? A burning? Is there a lump in the area? Any other symptoms? Nausea? Gi cramps? Any recent trauma? See an MD to evaluate ...Read more

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For ~4 days I had mild r/s flank pain, worse when urinating, w/2 episodes of cloudy urine only. 2 days later, symptoms are almost gone. Do I need Dr.?

For ~4 days I had mild r/s flank pain, worse when urinating, w/2 episodes of cloudy urine only. 2 days later, symptoms are almost gone. Do I need Dr.?

Possibly: Symptoms suggest a possible UTI or perhaps a small right sided ureteral stone. Push fluids and if symptoms return or worsen please see your primary care doc and have an exam, your urine checked and possibly a KUB X-ray and a renal ultrasound as needed ...Read more

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Left flank pain wen bladder is full and severe pain in lt flank while urinating. Pain subsides after micturation, again becomes pronounced after refil?

Left flank pain wen bladder is full and severe pain in lt flank while urinating. Pain subsides after micturation, again becomes pronounced after refil?

Exam: You need a full examination at a clinic. Causes of bladder pain include urinary tract infection, interstitial cystitis, and bladder cancer. The earlier you are properly diagnosed the better chance you have for a full recovery. I wish you the best with your health and I am available for consults with you on HealthTap. ...Read more

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Have lower back flank pain. And sides and lower abdomen feels really sharp and I have pain when I urinate what couls dis be?

Infection, stone??: Sounds most like some type of infection. I'd get a culture and antibiotic. From your symptoms most likely a bladder infection but could be something else. See a doctor. ...Read more

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Chronic flank pain, usually left sd for over a year. Wake up daily sometimes nightly with extreme urge to urinate. Fibroids and trace protine - cause?

Chronic flank pain, usually left sd for over a year. Wake up daily sometimes nightly with extreme urge to urinate. Fibroids and trace protine - cause?

R/O Lt. Kidney prob.: Depending on the size and location of the fibroids, they can obstruct the flow from the left kidney, which may be the cause of the pain.
You need to have a medical work up, in order to get to the bottom of this issue, start with a GYN doc. ...Read more

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Having moderate flank pain in the right side. No burning or blood on urination. Don't think it's muscular. Mostly sore, rarely sharp. Problem?

Having moderate flank pain in the right side. No burning or blood on urination. Don't think it's muscular. Mostly sore, rarely sharp. Problem?

Flank pain: Fever associated, sweats or chills, diarrhea? Still may be kidney stones or urine infection - blood may be present, just not visible to the eye. Pulled muscle and bowel issues are still possible. If it is skin tenderness - may even be start of shingles. Fluids and rest - follow up with your physician if persisting or worsening. ...Read more

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Male difficulty urinating right flank pain why does this happen too me, I take ciproflaxin in a week I'm ok. Then have sex w female partner starts all?

Male difficulty urinating right flank pain why does this happen too me, I take ciproflaxin in a week I'm ok. Then have sex w female partner starts all?

Abstain/checkup: I suggest that yu abstain sexually, have urine checked for infection and kidneys checked for for stone, infection or obstruction. Call for an appointment today. Force fluides- 8-10 glasses of water/day. ...Read more

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I am passing a kidney stone. Since this morning I have been nausea, vomited once, flank pain and frequent urination.?

I am passing a kidney stone. Since this morning I have been nausea, vomited once, flank pain and frequent urination.?

Typical symptoms: The symptoms you describe are typical when you pass a kidney stone. Make sure you are drinking plenty of fluids. See your doctor to ensure you do not have an infection and if you need any pain medication. ...Read more

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What causes severe flank pain, testicle pain, and bladder pain urinating?

What causes severe flank pain, testicle pain, and bladder pain urinating?

Infection: These symptoms could be due to a urianry tract as well as a kidney stone that is passing. See your physician as soon as possible so that appropriate therapy may be started. ...Read more

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What are the causes of severe flank pain, testicle pain, and bladder pain while urinating in a male?

What are the causes of severe flank pain, testicle pain, and bladder pain while urinating in a male?

Differential: Your symptoms require your doctors to evaluate and rule out urologic causes such as pyelonephritis, cystitis, prostatitis, epididymitis, as well as inguinal hernias. ...Read more

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Flank pain, frequent urge to urinate and sometimes cloudy urine. What could this be? No fever or nausea. Pain in flank is constant dull ache.

Flank pain, frequent urge to urinate and sometimes cloudy urine. What could this be? No fever or nausea. Pain in flank is constant dull ache.

Urinary Tract: Flank pain, urinary urgency, urine color change is concerning for urinary tract origin.
Patients with above symptoms are recommended to undergo medical evaluation to inculde urinanalysis. ...Read more

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Having trouble urinating I'm 35 and male, have right flank pain, it's not kidney stones, had sex with my female partner last night. What is wrong?

Flank pain: Flank pain may represent an infection of the kidney. An evaluation by a physician is necessary to establish a diagnosis. They may collect a sample of urine and blood. They may also perform a kidney sonogram to rule out a kidney stone or infection. ...Read more

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Was given vibramycin (doxycycline) for trouble urinating and right flank pain. Doc says prostatitis, are these symptoms and is this right med for my problem?

Was given vibramycin (doxycycline) for trouble urinating and right flank pain. Doc says prostatitis, are these symptoms and is this right med for my problem?

Poss no: Prostatitis can cause fever, irritative voiding symptoms, perineal or suprapubic pain and prostatic tenderness on rectal exam. Flank pain makes me think more of kidney pain than prostate, especially when it is only on one side. Unprotected sex can make STDs a possible etiology. All these should be worked up b/c the indicated ab depends on an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more

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I have Frequent urination, pain while ejaculation, some time testicular pain and lower back pain and flank pain form last 2 years.

I have Frequent urination, pain while ejaculation, some time testicular pain and lower back pain and flank pain form last 2 years.

Possible prostatitis: This combination of symptoms sounds like prostatitis, although the symptoms could have several other causes. There could also be underlying problems helping to cause the prostatitis, such as an obstruction in the urethra. Prostatitis is sometimes treated with antibiotics. Because of the possibility of other causes it would be advisable to consult a urologist about the diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Flank pain on right side right under ribs for a week so far. More frequent urination. Hurts to cough or even lay on that side. Is it kidney infection?

Flank pain on right side right under ribs for a week so far. More frequent urination. Hurts to cough or even lay on that side. Is it kidney infection?

Could be: A urine test will help. Seeing a doctor will allow them to get more detailed history and a physical exam which will help differentiate between other things as U may have a kidney stone instead. Hydrate well in the meantime ...Read more

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Painful frequent urination in morning, urge to go more often, flank pain & insomnia last 6 months. Protein found in urine after sample? Negative for any STI

Painful frequent urination in morning, urge to go more often, flank pain & insomnia last 6 months. Protein found in urine after sample? Negative for any STI

Ascending UTI: You appear to have from your symptoms a ascending urinary tract infection that may have reached the kidneys from the bladder. You need to see a MD immediately and get treated if that is the case before a blood borne infection (septicemia) occurs which can be life threatening. Your MD can also evaluate you for serious kidney function diseases as well. ...Read more

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Urologist says prostatitis. No symptoms of that, have right flank pain trouble urinating. No stones, bact. Or stds. Given sulfemethoxazole-TMP DS T?

Urologist says prostatitis. No symptoms of that, have right flank pain trouble urinating. No stones, bact. Or stds. Given sulfemethoxazole-TMP DS T?

Ask urologist...: Straight ahead to ask your urologist if you indeed had prostatitis or just chronic perineal discomfort/ache. Note the label of prostatitis has been over used and even misused for men with undefined chronic pelvic/perineal aches. With these realities in mind, ask and talk with urologist so to figure out what the condition in concern could be and how to manage and cope with it. Best wish... ...Read more

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I have left flank pain and frequent urination specially after meals. My CT shows 'extrarenal pelvis' on left kidney. Is that what can cause pain?

I have left flank pain and frequent urination specially after meals. My CT shows 'extrarenal pelvis' on left kidney. Is that what can cause pain?

Need more info...: Current limited info may suggest the occurrence of congenital ureteropelvic junctional (UPJ) obstruction, which will need more clinical evaluation + properly done diuretic renal scan. To get all related things done correctly for good care, follow instructions described in articles listed in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. ...Read more

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What could cause these symptoms: pale stool, yellow skin, flank pain, acid in mouth, and more urination than usual?

What could cause these symptoms: pale stool, yellow skin, flank pain, acid in mouth, and more urination than usual?

Jaundice?: Pale stool, yellow skin, & dark-colored urination suggests biliary obstruction--due perhaps to a gallstone in bile duct &/or from pancreatic inflammation. Consider significant liver disease (viral, familial, medication or alcohol-related, budd-chiari etc). Regardless of cause, please don't wait longer to get now a formal physical exam, appropriate lab studies, & if necessary medication or surgery. ...Read more

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No kidney stones, trouble urinating bad right flank pain... HELP ME PLEASE..... Doc says prostatitis no symptoms. Will vibramycin (doxycycline) help me? WorthS. Eff

No kidney stones, trouble urinating bad right flank pain... HELP ME PLEASE..... Doc says prostatitis no symptoms. Will vibramycin (doxycycline) help me? WorthS. Eff

Difficulty: Starting urinary stream could be symptom of prostatitis. Right flank pain could be caused by other conditions, such as appendicitis. If you have an infection, vibramycin (doxycycline) might help. Flank pain is unusual with prostatitis. You need to speak with your doctor on how this pain should be treated. ...Read more

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Have pain every time I urinate, test negative for infections. I have UTI symptoms, flank pain, history of kidney stones but no blood in urine, help?!

May still be a UTI: Usually, pain on urination (dysuria) is a symptom of a UTI from which the offending bacteria can be grown from the urine. Less commonly dysuria can occur from the irritation of passing a kidney stone alone (i.e. Not a uti). In other situations, the laboratory can't isolate the microbe because it's too difficult to grow in culture (e.g. Chlamydia)- in that case, you may still actually have a uti. ...Read more

Urination (Definition)

The act of passing your ...Read more