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What causes frequent regurgitation left flank pain and a gassy feeling?

What causes frequent regurgitation left flank pain and a gassy feeling?

The list goes on: This list can be fairly lengthy and therefore a detailed history, physical, and supporting labs/x-rays are needed to hone in. Let's list: hiatal hernia, gastric outlet obstruction, bowel obstruction, gall bladder disease, gastroparesis, stomach ulcers, tumors, and pancreatic pathology. ...Read more

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Low back pressure/pain and flank pain around into lower belly. No blood in pee. Feel gassy and constipated not passing gas. History of kidney stones. ?

Here are some...: Your concerns over multiple organs-systems require a comprehensive evaluation so to define which is which for good care and effective treatment. How to assure the process of good care done rightly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html and peruse related articles in the category of What to Do at Feeling Sick? & of Basics for Self-Care shown on HOME of www.ForMeFirst.com. ...Read more

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I have a constant ache left flank pain 2 months now and gradually worsening Sore feeling Cannot lay on that side etc. What could this be? appt worthy?

I have a constant ache left flank pain 2 months now and gradually worsening Sore feeling Cannot lay on that side etc. What could this be? appt worthy?

2 months: 2 months of flank pain is too long! It is time to get it checked out especially if it is worsening over time. It is not uncommon for more serious problems to last longer and worsen over time so get it checked out. ...Read more

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I have chronic left flank pain and had a CT scan showing nothing. All labs have come back negative and ua was also clear. Could my ddd cause this?

I have chronic left flank pain and had a CT scan showing nothing. All labs have come back negative and ua was also clear.  Could my ddd cause this?

Is it tender?: Tenderness is a muscle pain yes muscle pain can be chronic how did you get the ddd diagnosis this condition can range from asymptotic to painless calling a dark disc on MRI in someone over 30 is like finding wrinkles in a 40year old we don't call it wrinkly or grey or no hair disease dark discs are often asymptomatic you can consider as a possible cause in folks without tenderness my opinion. ...Read more

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What can cause left flank pain and pain under left ribs at the front, especially on lying down. History of ulcerative colitis and breast cancer.

What can cause left flank pain and pain under left ribs at the front, especially on lying down. History of ulcerative colitis and breast cancer.

Could be almost: Anything, from kidney stones to shingles to axacerbation of your uc. You need a doctor to figure this out for you. Go see your GI specialist now. ...Read more

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Causes of ongoing left flank pain if kidney function is normal according to urine/blood test?

Many: The causes are numerous and depend on associated symptoms. Tenderness can be due to ribs which are in the area. Other symptoms can be due to internal organs on that side. Back pain from facet joints can cause pain in that area but less likely in young aside from someone with prior athletic history or injuries or accidents. Would discuss with primary 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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