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Pain in back under rib cage radiating to groin, diagnosed to be low kidney function, system cleaning done, persisting pain. Cause?

went to the dr with pain on left side in my back under rib cage and it goes around to front and the down to my groin i had blood work done and they said i had low kidney function the doctor then had me do an x-ray the said i had a little bowel still in there so he had me clean out my systum i am still having pain and when i lay on my rigth side at night it is worse what could this be
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,
Mostly pain below the rib cage on the back side is called aa pain in the lumbar region is mostly due to the renal colic. It may be due to decreased renal function which can be caused by any sort of obstruction within the renal parenchyma or in the tract of kidneys that include renal pelvis ureter or urinary bladder. It also can be caused by infection of the urinary tract. You should have investigations for the renal function that includes Renal Function Tests, Ultrasonography Kidney Ureter Bladder that shows the kidneys and tract of kidneys and an Xray Kidney Ureter Bladder. If they show some abnormality than have Renal scan for GFR estimation.
If all the tests are normal pain is muscular in nature that can respond to pain killers such as Diclofenac sodium and muscle relaxants such as Muscuril.

In present situation if you are having sever pain take some pain killers such as Cap. Campex along with combination of gravinate to avoid vommiting.

I hope I am sucessful in solving your query If u have further you can ask me
Get well soon
Take care
Regards,
Dr. Azhar Sattar

Answered: Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon Dr. Grzegorz Stanko's  Response
Hello!

Thank you for the query.

Such symptoms are very characteristic for urinary tract stones or urinary tract infection. With stones the pain starts suddenly, with infection gradually. Burning when urinating and frequent urinating can also appear. It is advisable for you to have urine analysis and abdominal ultrasound to see if there is no ureter obstruction (what can lead to kidneys failure).
Hot baths should bring some relief. You should also increase mineral water intake.

Hope this will help.
Regards.
Answered: Mon, 14 Jan 2013
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