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My husband is having severe lower abdominal pain which then

My husband is having severe lower abdominal pain which then becomes pain in the lower back. He has had some nausea and shaking and chills. Tylenol extra strength or Ibuprofen extra strength relieve the pain for several hours or even a day. Could he be having kidney stones?
Thu, 8 Nov 2018
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