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Pain in lower back and genital lump on vagina, have IUD. Problem in kidney?

Hello my name is Janette age 41 I m experiencing quite a few changes in my health for starters I feel I mite have problems with my kidneys. My urine has been stronger in order and pain in my lower back. Also I have the iud which needs to be taken out soon plus I fewel I mite be experiencing a genital bump or pimple like on the upper lip of vagina?what to do? I have no insurance
Mon, 29 Jul 2013
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Dear Janette, your problems are probably not related to your kidneys. The back pain is probably related to the IUD. Unless you have a simple blood and urine test i wont be able to absolutely rule out any kidney issues, but I feel its unlikely. With regards to the swelling in your vagina, its not my specialty and you best ask this question to a gynecologist. Re-post the question in women's health section/ gynecology section. Best wishes.
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