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4 mo. Pain on palpitation in llq near hip bone, kub series neg. Intermittent trace blood and protein in urine. Ct scheduled. I am 39 m. What does dr suspect? I am very worried about cancer.

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In brief: Stones

Causes of llq abdominal pain with blood in urine is most likely stones in kidney or ureter. Less likely, especially at your age are turmors of the urinary tract organs, such as kidney, ureter, or bladder.
Ct scan should show any of these conditions. Less likely causes are inflammations or tumors of adjacent organs, such as colon.

In brief: Stones

Causes of llq abdominal pain with blood in urine is most likely stones in kidney or ureter. Less likely, especially at your age are turmors of the urinary tract organs, such as kidney, ureter, or bladder.
Ct scan should show any of these conditions. Less likely causes are inflammations or tumors of adjacent organs, such as colon.
Dr. Robert Uyeda
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Dr. Paxton Daniel
Radiology
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In brief: ?Stone

Your symptoms could be the result of a stone in the left kidney or ureter. Other possibilities, which don't explain the urine findings, include diverticulosis/diverticulitis, colitis, and even inguinal hernia.

In brief: ?Stone

Your symptoms could be the result of a stone in the left kidney or ureter. Other possibilities, which don't explain the urine findings, include diverticulosis/diverticulitis, colitis, and even inguinal hernia.
Dr. Paxton Daniel
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Dr. Carlo Contreras
Surgery - Oncology

In brief: Kidney problem

The top 2 items would be a kidney stone or a mass in the kidney that could account for your pain and trace blood.

In brief: Kidney problem

The top 2 items would be a kidney stone or a mass in the kidney that could account for your pain and trace blood.
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