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I have a history of kidney stones but this time

I have a history of kidney stones but this time seems different. A low level of pain radiated from around my breastbone and then moves to my mid back. That would be similar to my kidney stones experience except this time I have been burping frequently. This has been going on 2 days. Also in the past I have been diagnosed with acid reflux.
Wed, 16 May 2018
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