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Lower Right Back Flank Pain
Chronic fatigue, tiredness, general "out of it" feeling, back/flank pain, GERD, IBS, migraine headaches, palpitations, waking from sleep with racing heart, low vitamin d levels, ferritin level of 14, TSH fluctuations; what could this be?
26 yof, hx of svt, pvc's, pcos. Sudden onset of dizziness, nausea, and moderate to severe right sided lower back/flank pain Insight?
I am having lower back flank pain that comes and goes. Right now it is constant pain. It is on both sides but more so on the left and occurs when I am?
Bone & joint issues: By what you described, most likely, you may have some disorders of regional muscles, joints, or nerves or their combination. But, further detail in specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms + findings of physical exam + testing as needed is essential for deducing right diagnosis for right care. To do it right, go to http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html & its related titles. ...Read more
Lower right flank pain leaningmore towards back,dullpain hurts when i breathe and move or press left sidefeels like something inside,constant not appe?
This could be: caused by a number of problems thus more information is needed. Any urinary problems....history of kidney stones..burning on urination?? Any recent injuries...possibly your back??? the pain could be due to pinched nerve at the T 12-L1 , L1-2 levels Ask again with more info. Dr Z ...Read more
Upper and lower back and flank pain, fewer BM's than normal that are soft but I have to strain to expel them with a feeling of incomplete evacuation?
Possibly IBS: You may have irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Patients may have alternating diarrhea/constipation, symptoms of incomplete evacuation, vague generalized abdominal pain/cramping, and mucous in stool..your upper and lower back/flank pain is not usually part of the symptoms seen and may or may not be related..I would suggest you see your local doctor to be evaluated ...Read more
Fri. Got ureteroscopy & no stone was found dr said i mustve passed it.I still have lower back and flank pain and I have a stent did i really pass it?
Possibly: While it is possible that you passed the stone before the procedure, it is also possible that the stone was pushed back into the kidney during the ureteroscopy. Suspicion of this maybe the reason that the stent was placed. In all likelihood your current symptoms are from the mere presence of the stent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had mid-back pain/flank pain, lower back pain constantly for weeks. Could it be my arthritis or my weight (344) on height (5'9)?
I have nausea/diarrhea, bad lower back/flank pain and left abdominal pain under left rib that radiates into my back, What are possible general causes?
High abd. Pain, flank pain, radiates to lower back, extreme fatigue, bloating, nausea, had low fever, sev adrenal innsufficiency. Sev pain, what's wrong?
Hazard a guess?: You have "severe pain in abdomen, back, flank" in the setting of "severe" adrenal insufficiency. Is pain acute or chronic? Is your adrenal adequately supplemented? What tests have been run? What's been ruled out? Without this information i wouldn't hazard a guess, but would caution that symptoms as "severe" as you indicate require further evaluation ; treatment (perhaps urgently). Uti considered? ...Read more
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