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Dr. Kenneth Cheng Dr. Cheng
Family Medicine
27 years in practice
Western University of Health Sciences College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
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Lower to mid back pain with frequent urination?

Lower to mid back pain with frequent urination?

See your doctor: Symptoms of frequent urination and back pain heightens the concern for a urinary tract infection. See your doctor to confirm your diagnosis and to implement a treatment plan.

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Dr. Boris Aronzon Dr. Aronzon
Anesthesiology
20 years in practice
Saint Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy
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Dr. Stuart Hickerson Dr. Hickerson
Family Medicine
28 years in practice
University of Illinois College of Medicine
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Dr. Karen Butler Dr. Butler
Family Medicine
17 years in practice
Central University of the East School of Medicine (UCE)
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Dr. Rola Rimawi Dr. Rimawi
Internal Medicine
16 years in practice
Albany Medical College
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Low back pain, mid back pain, frequent urination, bloating and pain in Upper abdomen, feeling full without eating much, breast pain. What can this be?

Check for pregnancy: If you are still getting your periods, this may be premenstrual symptoms, but given your age and symptoms you describe you should get a pregnancy test. If you're not pregnant, consider checking for a urine infection. Back pain may be due to musculoskeletal strains too from lifting heavy items, trauma, sleep disturbances, etc..

Dr. Jovita Anyanwu Dr. Anyanwu
Internal Medicine
26 years in practice
Lyceum Northwestern, Dr. Francisco Q. Duque Medical Foundation
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What will cause u to urinate blood but not infection in urine sent off to lab came back fine but mid back pain?

What will cause u to urinate blood but not infection in urine sent off to lab came back fine but mid back pain?

Stones or tumors: Though blood in the urine can be caused usually by infections. Urinary stones, tumors, trauma, polycystic kidney and coagulopathies. Rhabdomylosis could give visual impression of blood in urine. Kidney stones could cause back pain.

Dr. Tarek Naguib Dr. Naguib
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
36 years in practice
University of Cairo Faculty of Medicine
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Gas & mid back pain in morning and mostlly at night that flairs when I need to urinate, is it caused by my large fibroids pressing on bladder?

Gas & mid back pain in morning and mostlly at night that flairs when I need to urinate, is it caused by my large fibroids pressing on bladder?

Complex pattern: Usually if pain flares with urination, we like to rule out bladder or kidney infection. Also stones. A simple urinalysis will do the job. Gas is not usually related to utis or fibroid, . Could a v large fibroid cause pressure on the intestine? Possible. Explore the relation with your food intake. Vegetables, beans and milk could cause lots of gas in intolerant persons.

Dr. David Lipkin Dr. Lipkin
Internal Medicine
48 years in practice
Howard University College of Medicine
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Right mid back pain, like an achy stinging pain. Pain level 6. Cloudy pale yellow urine. No burning or pain during urination, no other symptoms. Not a?

Right mid back pain, like an achy stinging pain. Pain level 6. Cloudy pale yellow urine. No burning or pain during urination, no other symptoms. Not a?

Musculoskeletal: The most common cause of back pain is muscle strain. This type of pain is made worse by movement of the back in different directions and is relieved with rest and OTC analgesics. Kidney infection is much less common and patients usually will have fever, back pain, feel ill and may or may not also have symptoms of bladder infection.

Dr. David Earle Dr. Earle
Surgery
27 years in practice
University of Arizona College of Medicine
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Pain in flanks & low back radiating down both legs, Occ bad chest pain/mid back pain, difficulty beginning urinating & defecating. Kidney problem?

Pain in flanks & low back radiating down both legs, Occ bad chest pain/mid back pain, difficulty beginning urinating & defecating. Kidney problem?

Spine?: Whole there are many nonspecific symptoms here, a problem with one or more of the discs in our spine could be a cause. Best to see your primary care provider for aide complete evaluation. Hope this helps!

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Dr. Corey Clay Dr. Clay
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
6 years in practice
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
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Having severe mid back pain urine normal gallbladder removed what could it be.?

Hard to know: Is this worsening back pain? New? Any associated symptoms? The list of possibilities is endless: maybe shingles, deep bruise, infection, kidney stone, injury, ulcer, constipation, autoinflammatory connective tissue condition, small nerve fiber disorder, degenerative spinal condition, inflammation of pancreas, etc. If new and severe, consider seeing a physician today or notify your doctor.

Dr. Michael Thompson Dr. Thompson
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
16 years in practice
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
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Mom had brain cancer. My used rate is 30 suppose to b under 20. Crp ok. Cbc andmetabolic panel ok. Urine test ok. Mid back pain. Could this be cancer?

No biomarker: There is no blood test that is a biomarker / tumor marker for primary brain cancer. If your tests are symptoms (such as low back pain) are as above that would be totally unrelated to brain cancer. That is neither normal nor abnormal cbc/cmp, esr, ua, CRP mean anything for brain cancer detection.

Dr. Paul Velt Dr. Velt
Diagnostic Radiology
38 years in practice
Free University of Brussels Faculty of Medicine
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Dr. Tracy Lovell Dr. Lovell
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
17 years in practice
Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine
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What could cause positive ANA 1:640. I have up mid back pain 1 yr and right flank pain CT of chest clear. Mri ok. Cbc ok. Urine ok. Metabolic ok.

What could cause positive ANA 1:640. I have up mid back pain 1 yr and right flank pain CT of chest clear. Mri ok. Cbc ok. Urine ok. Metabolic ok.

ANAs: Anas typically are not associated with back pain unless neurological symptoms are present to suggest an autoimmune process. The odds are in your favor that is a false positive ANA which is very common.

Dr. John Goldman Dr. Goldman
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
51 years in practice
University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
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I am on my third day of antibiotics for possibly uti. I am having mid back pain. Urinating normally. Can this be kidney infection? No fever.

I am on my third day of antibiotics for possibly uti. I am having mid back pain. Urinating normally. Can this be kidney infection? No fever.

It could be but: It could be but need evaluation. The UTI could be be related to the kidney so it needs evaluation for involvement

Dr. Cornelius O'leary jr Dr. O'leary jr
Urgent Care
15 years in practice
Georgetown University School of Medicine
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I just finished antibiotics for uti and I am having mid back pain. No fever or painful urinating. Just peeing a lot. Can this be kidney infection?

I just finished antibiotics for uti and I am having mid back pain. No fever or painful urinating. Just peeing a lot. Can this be kidney infection?

Culture?: If you have urinary frequency, I would go immediately to your doctor and give another urine sample. If there were culture results from your UTI, they are used to direct treatment. If you had a complicated UTI with flank tenderness/fever/chills the treatment should be longer in duration and involve a dose of IV or IM Ceftriaxone in my opinion. You should also have had a full STI panel. See MD

Dr. Ronald Herring Dr. Herring
Anesthesiology
13 years in practice
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29yo. Upper Cent abdo pain (w some tenderness); Intermittent mid-back pain; Nausea & excess saliva after eating. No anemia, normal kidney & liver function. Urine test clean, urinating normally.?

Stomach pain: Sounds like a peptic ulcer. You probably should have an EGD (scope exam). Cease all alcohol consumption. Avoid all NSAIDS. H. pylori infection is relatively common. Consider taking 14 days of Clarithromycin and Amoxicillin and add Pepto-Bismol. (Obviously under care of a physician.)

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Dr. Mohammed Karim Dr. Karim
Internal Medicine
25 years in practice
Rajshahi Medical College
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I'm 9weeks pregnant. I am currently having moderate pain in my left lower to mid back. Pain is sometimes sharp, sometimes dull...help?

I'm 9weeks pregnant. I am currently having moderate pain in my left lower to mid back. Pain is sometimes sharp, sometimes dull...help?

See a DOC: During pregnancy as uterus grows, it puts pressure on other pelvic organs especially ureter & you may experience some lower back and flank pain which is normal. But you should always rule out complications of early pregnancy (ectopic, molar, miscarriage, abortion), PID, UTI, Cystitis, pyelonephritis or kidney stone. See PCP for urine test & US of uterus & kidney.

Dr. Paul Grin Dr. Grin
Pain Management
32 years in practice
UCLA School of Dentistry
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34 weeks pregnant and having lower to mid back pain is this normal if not what could it be?

Not uncommon: You're gaining weight, your center of gravity changes and your hormones are relaxing the ligaments in your pelvis. However you can ameliorate condition by keep the right posture, lift properly, sleep on your side, moist heat, passive physical activity daily. Good luck.

Dr. Keith Stockerl-Goldstein Dr. Stockerl-Goldstein
Internal Medicine - Hematology & Oncology
26 years in practice
UCLA School of Medicine
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Can a kidney infection cause sweating, lower to mid back pain, nausea and diarrhea?

Can a kidney infection cause sweating, lower to mid back pain, nausea and diarrhea?

Yes: Pyelonephritis (kidney infection) can cause all of these symptoms. You should be seen by a physician right away to get evaluated and started on appropriate antibiotic therapy.

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