centralised backpain,and a fluttering feeling in my right kidney area..what does that indicate? ...I have a history of a blocked kidney last year,? due to an ovarian cyst.I have recently experienced ...
of polyuria and nocturia prior to med. that has improved since beginning med. but am having pain in lower back( kidney area). Could it be issue with clonidine. I also take keppra xr, trazodone, effexor xr. ...
in my back. I was worried about kidney stones/infection...It hurts so bad i can hardly move at times. I ... around on my back and said he could feel the spasms and said he was pretty sure that it was a pulled ...
i have been having backpain for the last couple days I thought I slept wrong it is located down and on both sides if I were to put my fists directly above my hips in the back it hurts right there sometimes ...
when i was 7years old i was diagnosed of kidney stone.i dont know the medicine i take but it cure me now im 38 yrs.old 5/6 tall 65kls. and last 4 years my kidney stone comeback and the doctor advice ...
The pain could be due to musculoskeletal cause.Please take a skeletal muscle relaxant
tablet like Nucoxia MR.
If there is no response,get an ultrasound abdomen and rule out kidney stones.
Wish you speedy recovery
Im on my 3rd week of pregamcy abd i have very hard pain on my back?why? And what i should do ?
backpain is common, abdomen pain warrants consulltation
Lower backpain relief
Hi. If no other associated symptoms , you can go for local heat treatment and physiotherapy, adequate bed rest, clear bowel movements, and medicines which help to alleviate pain and reduce inflammation.
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