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Left side flank pain since nov is now cronic pain?

Left side flank pain since nov is now cronic pain?

See details: Then have it evaluated including a ct scan of the abdomen and pelvis. This needs attention to rule out potentially serious issues. ...Read more

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Symptoms: left side flank pain and abdomnal pain with nausea. What could it be?

Symptoms: left side flank pain and abdomnal pain with nausea. What could it be?

Kidney disease: Kidney stones would be a consideration. How are you urinating? Do you have a history of stones? Do you have blood in your urine, been dehydrated, taking medicine that predispose to kidney stones? ...Read more

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I had a CT scan for left side flank pain it was fine. I still have pain what might this be?

I had a CT scan for left side flank pain it was fine. I still have pain what might this be?

Muscular: If you are overweight, one of the biggest causes is stretching of the muscle wall. Make sure also that someone checks your kidneys. If you are female, it could be ovarian or uterine pain from several causes. ...Read more

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Sharp pain on left side (flank pain) and hurts to pee sometimes, really tired and kind of achy. What could this be?

Sharp pain on left side (flank pain) and hurts to pee sometimes, really tired and kind of achy. What could this be?

See your doctor: These symptoms can be seen in several conditions. The most common in young women is a urinary tract infection. Please visit your doctor to find out for sure what is going on. You may need antibiotics if there is an infection present. Hope you feel better soon! ...Read more

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I have had a UTI since Sept. Taken take 4 different antibiotics to no avail. Extreme nausea & left side flank pain radiating to front. Any suggestions?

I have had a UTI since Sept. Taken take 4 different antibiotics to no avail. Extreme nausea & left side flank pain radiating to front. Any suggestions?

Recurrent UTI: U/A, urine positive? Did bacteria grow? Have seen mildly positive U/A, but no growth in vaginitis with mycoplasma/ureoplasma, BV or yeast ( even without discharge). Treated with Zithromax 250 mg x4 on day 1 ,Flagyl starting day 2 and Diflucan (fluconazole) last day with good response. Would also check for HCG, PID,stones,interstitial cystitis,ovarian pathology,diverticulitis. F/U w/ doc/urgent care ...Read more

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I have previously had kidney stones on 4 separate occasions. I am currently experiencing left side flank pain in my back. It does not feel like it is a kidney stone. Can you suggest to type a doctor that I should see you or what this pain might be?

I have previously had kidney stones on 4 separate occasions.  I am currently experiencing left side flank pain in my back. It does not feel like it is a kidney stone.  Can you suggest to type a doctor that I should see you or what this pain might be?

Start with the same: One who treated you for your 4 prior kidney stone episodes as this would be the first consideration for your flank pain until otherwise ruled out. If it is ruled out then start with your primary care doctor to look for other causes. ...Read more

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I'm having dull left-sided flank pain with intermittent sharp pelvic pain and a 101.5 fever. I'm 4.5 wks pregnant. Could this be ectopic or early m/c?

I'm having dull left-sided flank pain with intermittent sharp pelvic pain and a 101.5 fever. I'm 4.5 wks pregnant. Could this be ectopic or early m/c?

Flank pain/ fever: Seek immediate attention in an ER. Could be a renal stones or pyelonephritis as well as uterine pathology., less likely diverticulitis. Fever of 101.5 is worrisome in anyone especially a pregnant female. You may need IV antibiotics. ...Read more

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Hello Doctor, I am 30 years of age and gave birth to my second son 6 months ago ...I have left side flank pain since a week after delivery and utis for three months which were treated with antibiotics .I have several check ups like cystoscopy and kidney u

Here are some...: Glad to see you have gone thus far in evaluating left flank pain with unyielding conclusion in the sickness of urinary tracts, I assumed. Beyond such, we need to look into possible disorders of muscles, joints, or nerves of the region. How to get the related things sorted out correctly may not be that hard if following instructions described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more