Constant right flank/back, intermittent abdominal and epigastric pain+no fever+no urine or bowel symptoms+history of bladder cancer and hysterectomy?

See doctor. Your have various symptoms that need to be carefully examined and needs proper history and may be few more test including radio imaging study. You better see your physician .
Please see a doctor. Please see your doctor to find out the cause of your problems and get feeling better.

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I had bladder cancer and had removal of bladder and total hysterectomy. Now have Kidney disease. Had CT on my abdomen pelvis. Conclusion was parenchymal thinning w/persistent LV Ureterectasis. Thickening of the wall of the renal pelvis and proximal urete

Ask your urologist.. All what you experienced is expected in some patients and results from delayed, but expected in some, complications with scar formation leading to ureteral blockage & high pressure above it. Over time, renal pelvis becomes distended, renal tissue becomes thinning, the wall of renal pelvis & ureter becomes thicker. Oftentimes & to a degree, chronic recurrent UTI may play a role to such appearance. Read more...

Could a "full" bladder on CT with contrast of abdomen & pelvis be confused or misread as bladder cancer/tumor/problems?

YES. It is possible for any ct scan to be misread; however cancer or tumors generally look different than a full bladder does. Be sure to discuss the results with your healthcare provider in detail. If some doubt still exists; another type of test like MRI or cystocsopy may be more definitive. Read more...
Probably Not. A full bladder on ct is just a sign that it is full. A full bladder is better than an empty bladder but if it was done because of blood in the urine, you still need to complete the workup with cystoscopy. Read more...
Probably Not. Part of the intent of using contrast on a ct scan of the pelvis is to "fill the bladder" this allows us to see if there is thickening of the bladder walls, or filling abnormalities among other things. It's unlikely that a full bladder represents problems, unless the problem is one of emptying the bladder. Then a reason must be sought if the bladder doesn't empty normally. Read more...