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Faint very weak back pain on lower left , going

Faint very weak back pain on lower left , going to lower front left abdomin, pee is different color, first i thought It was kidney infection but I’m pregnant also,shortness of breath, can’t stand to long or walk to long start to feel like I’m going to pass out , just got over flu, hurts to breath or cough or lean forward
Tue, 6 Nov 2018
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