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Low back pain. Worsened, bloating. Had sinus infection. Blood test normal. Took antibiotics, on probiotics, hydrochloric acid. Kidney stone?

Aloha from Hawaii,

I had lower back pain right side from this morning, about 5hrs ago, it got significantly worse along with significant bloating. I believe it might be a Kidney stone?

It was so painful I could barely do my workout and it is hard just to bend over.

I have a history of sinus infections, bloating - taken a lot of antibiotics but my blood work for the most part looks good. I am taking probiotics, hydrochloric acid for digestion. Diet is good, range meats, fruits, veggies lots of coconut oil.

Please help.

Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Take tab anafortan sos , if it relieves pain then it will mean your doubts may be true-Get ultrasound of abdomen to confirm.Take plenty of water orally and get routine urine examination also.If there are crystals,epithelial cells, pus cells more than 10 then it will be supportive for kidney disease.
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