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Had bodyaches, pains, blowing and hacking bloody snot. Prescribed antibiotics. Urine dark red, backpain. Indications?

Hi, I am 16 years old and I recently went to the doctor for body aches and pains, blowing and hacking bloody snot. My doctor prescribed me Promethazine and Amoxicillin and told me it was allergies. I have been taking my medicine on time since yesterday. Today when I went to the restroom I noticed my urine was either a very dark red or brown color. When I wiped there was no color. I have noticed my lower left side of my back hurting for a couple days now. What could this mean? Do I need to see my doctor again?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
you actually had sore throat and then started amoxicillin and promethazine ...Pain in left flank and bloody urine show you are having IgA nephropathy that folllows such sourse of sore throat body aches and blowing and you should visit a nephrologist althogh treatment of your disease is supportive only no specific
what symptoms you are having are not because of the drugs you are taking
take care
Answered: Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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