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Suffering from dizziness and headaches with severe back pain

i have no idea what is wrong with me but ive done some looking around maybe my kidney? im 17 and im not super athletic but over the past few months ive been having issues with dizzyness and headaches then my lower right side n small of my back started hurting i thought it was in the muscle but its getting worse each day and as emmbaressing as it sounds last night while i was sleeping i think (i only say think cuz i have a puppy who has yet to be potty trained who sleeps with me..also im just hoping it was the puppy since i am way too old to be having these problems) i wet my bed and even as a child i wasnt a bed wetter. im scared and i hope someone knows whats wrong
Asked On : Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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The cause of lower right side pain and bed wetting seems to be a stone in your right kidney which has caused infection in the urine and is leading to problems like bed wetting.You need to undergo an ultrasound scan and an X-ray KUB region. This will help in diagnosis.
Dr. Rakhi Tayal

Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2011
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