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Pain in the abdomen and hip. Blood in urine. Kidney stone found. Suggested to see a gastroenterologist. Why?

Im having extreme lower abdomen right hip pain for the last two weeks.I thought it was a female issue so I went to see my GYN he found a little blood in my urine tol me to see my urologist . I went he found a kidney stone in my left kidney and this is not causing my pain. I have made an appt to see my gastroenterologist . I dont know which way to go now. any advice.
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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hello.sometimes its difficult to say on clinical examination which organ or syatem is exactly causing the problem due to close proximity different organs.

your lower abdomen pain could be due to kidney stone but some stones do not cause much pain and your urologist must be thinking in the same lines afterall i believe he examined you and then advised to see a gastroenterologist.

a gastroenterologist will look for GI tract causes for abdominal pain, may advise few tests or investigations.

so you have advised a correct tract and its worth seeing a gastroenterologist if urological cause is ruled out.

all the best.
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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