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Pain on left side of kidney, lack of interest in sex, irritable behaviour. Ultrasound of abdomen, CT scan of back, Urine test, chest X-ray normal. Psychological problem?

My wife is feeling a pain on lafeside of back on kedney. I made following tests as advised by doctor :- Ultrasonography of whole abdomen, CT Scan of backside, Urin RE, Blood Urea , Uric Acid , Chest X-ray, TC, DC, Himoglobin, etc. Everything is normal. Is it psychological problem? Now a days she became very much cool & she used to avoid conjugal life. She became very much bad behabed. what to do?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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Hi welcome to HCMForum. The reason of pain might be some thing related to spinalcord or muscle pain due to sprain or over exertion.
As a second trial show her to an orthopedic surgeon for diagnosis. if cant find any thing it could be hallucination due to eversion towards
sex. cause for that might be veginismus due to varius reasons. None of them are her faults and every thing has remedy. Lastly if it is
psychological also there could be a potential cause and there is treatment for that also you can consult a psychiatrist. Thank you.
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