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Have pain in abdomen and lumbar. Taking lortabs. Had large interstine removed, hysterectomy. What to do?

I've had severe lower abdomen pain for a while now accompanied with lumbar pain. I don't know what is wrong. I have had this pain for long time and have been going to pain clinic. I take lortabs 7.5-500. Recently they haven't helped. I can't sleep bc of the pain. I had my large intestine removed in 2006. It was a dead organ. I had hysterectomy, December 2012 leaving only left ovary, bc I uterine fibroids and endemetriosis. I thought this would end the pain. After a few months the pain returned with a vengeance. I don't know what is going on. I just had a lumbar x-ray on lumbar and after results where sent to doctor he ordered a blood test on kidneys bc he wants to up my dose! Please, any information or advice would be helpful at this point!
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Age 35
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Hello.You must wait the results of the tests that your doctor has requested you to find the cause of pain(kidney pathology,backbone....)
The important is to know the cause of pain for better treatment.
If is not possible to find the cause of pain, in Pain Clinic or your doctor can prescribe powerful painkillers more than what you are taking now.
I wish you good health
Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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