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My husband has pain above his belly button on and off and when he eats it hurts again.. Kidney stones maybe? Please help..

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology

In brief: Unlikely kidneystone

Kidney stone pain usually in flank or side of back or low abdomen on side.
His pain is more likely GI in origin, gerd, peptic ulcer or hiatal hernia. Could also be from his vitamin d ;/or acetaminophen.

In brief: Unlikely kidneystone

Kidney stone pain usually in flank or side of back or low abdomen on side.
His pain is more likely GI in origin, gerd, peptic ulcer or hiatal hernia. Could also be from his vitamin d ;/or acetaminophen.
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