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Ovaries in pain after consuming water, have back pain, had gall bladder removed. Help?

After consuming half a gallon of water, (to lose weight,) in 3 hours, I m hurting I assume where my ovaries are located. I used images off the Internet to locate what was in the pain area. I thought it was my kidneys but when I googled that, most people seemed to have back pain . My back feels great, no pain. It hurts to walk, sit, ect. I had my gall bladder removed 8 years ago. I do get most relief after urinating and I know not to wait. All pain subsides when I slack off on liquids.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM!

You need to do few investigations to come to a diagnosis- USG (Abdo-Pelvis), Urine (R & M), CBC, RFT, X-ray KUB.
Till then take antacids, antispasmodics, analgesics with your doctor's advice.
Drink only that amount of water that will lead to voiding of
2 liters of urine in 24 hrs.

See your doctor once for physical examination for pain while walking, sitting etc.
Wish you a speedy recovery.
With warm regards.
Answered: Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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