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Had pain on left side between rib cage and hip bone. Had fever. Suggestions?

hello, today i got a sudden pain on my left side between my rib cage and hip bone , horrible i never experienced this pain before i almost cried it lasted for two hours to the point tha i wanted to run to the emergency room.after looking at google body i saw that the only thing there my colon . After a quick fever and chills My pain was gone, I want to know what to do i have no insurance,
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
From your history it seems that you might got acute renal colic.
Now as there is no pain,nothing to worry.
But as you had fever and chills there is possibility of having urinary tract infection might be giving rise to renal colic.
Go for urine check up and if require go for ultra sound.
take plenty of water.
Ok and bye
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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