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Random periods, sexually active, abdominal pain, diagnosed with duplex horseshoe kidney. Treatment?

Hi, i have always had random periods, i could go one or two months wit&out a period and then have one. However, when i became sexually active, i would go four to five months with out a period. I experience abdominal pain during intercoirse on my right side and 6 months ago i finished a period that lasted 3 months. I havent had one since. The abdominal pain is also present at random times, normally a dull ache. During 8ntercourse it is worse. I hadnt thought of going to a doctor before now as i was diagnosed with a duplex horseshoe kidney system, but i no longer feel like these pains are related to my kidneys. Help me please?
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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Hi young lady, thanks for the question. Your abdomen pain is very highly unlikely related to ur horse shoe kidney which is an incidental finding. You dont have to worry about the kidney especially if the kidney function tests are fine. Horse shoe kidney is a congenital anomaly and nothing to worry about atall. You have very erratic periods and you need to see a gynaecologit asap. Best wishes. RB
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