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Pain in the hip, back, ribs and the chest like gas. Worry? Ectopic pregnancy?

I m having a pain that started last night which seems to be in my hip/back, but is starting to spread up towards my ribs/back and is also in the front like a gas pain or period cramp .... I m not sure at all. During my last pregnancy I passed a kidney stone , but have never had any previous history and now I m on Paraguard and am a little worried it might be an ectopic pregnancy .. however, i just ended my period.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Nephrologist 's  Response
It is unlikely to be ectopic pregnancy if you just had the periods.
Regarding kidney stones you need to get an ultrasound and x-ray of kidney , ureter, bladder area. Also get your urine examined for any infection there.
Till that time you can take an analgesic antispasmodic medicine like meftal spas and drink lot of liquids.
Answered: Mon, 5 Aug 2013
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