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What causes left flank pain

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My husband has sporatic pain in his lower left side, hard to stand up or sit down. I made an appointment to see a BACK Ortho doctor not available for TWO weeks. Could this in any way be 'related' to any ...

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My husband has had a sharp sudden burning pain to left lateral to umbilicus pain for 3 days, worsens when he sneezes or moves in certain positions. No lumps felt around that area. What could some ...

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I have blood in urine and not have acute left side pain (woman) . YYYY@YYYY ...

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My husband is 51 yrs old. He is currently having a stabbing back pain in his left back in kidney .... What could the problem be? ...

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I have right flank pain and vomiting began 2days ago. I went to Urgent Care and they dx as flu. I have episodes of radiating pain to right jaw and some pain to left lower chest? ...

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I can t figure out what causes this left flank pain. I have ruled out dehydration, food, constipation, etc, It just comes on as a stabing pain, if I lay down it goes away, doesn t last too long. PC Dr ...

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I have had pain in my left flank area for a couple of weeks on and off. Tends to wake me up ... regardless of diet. Dr blows me off calls it IBS but i m concerned it may be something more serious as pain ...

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periodic excruciating flank pain. What could be causing this. Is this normal after passing a stone? ...My Mom is 93 years old with left flank pain. An ultrasound revealed 2 kidney stones. A subsequent ...

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Having left side flank pain for going on 4 weeks. Went to Dr and they did ultrasound and there was not a kidney stone. I am having a cat scan done next week. Pain is getting a little worse as each day goes by ...

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Hi doctor m 29 year old m suffering from left flank pain from last 2 years I went to doctor ... alright but the pain is still there I took physiotherapy for a month but no improvement hence I gave up ...

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For about 3 days I ve had increasing pain in my left side (kidney area) I ve been drinking a lot of water and urinating. I just sneezed and it felt like I was kicked hard in the side. I have no nausea ...

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. It has been there for two months. I got a CT scan that showed nothing. It is in my left flank area half ... or leaning against something) then it has a dull ache. I have also had a negative UA. No other symptoms. What ...

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Hi, i ve been having pain in my left flank area for months.. after having bloods and scans nothing has been diagnosed.. I have now developed a pain under my left rib and into my back, a sour metallic ...

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I have severe left flank pain, I have been through every test for everything the doctor says it is gastritis... I do not think it feels nothing like gas pains more like a knife in my back especially after ...

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For a few months now, I have had a dull ache in my left flank area, which I have ignored. Now, the pain is very sharp. It is not accompanied by a fever nor vomiting, so I am wondering if it is a kidney ...

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doctor1 MD

it might be kidney stone pain.you can confirm by abdominal ultrasound.

doctor1 MD

fever, abdominal or flank pain, pain during peeing, foul smelling urine , urinary urgency, burining during peeing. Sometimes no symptoms at all

doctor1 MD

Hi Rangeena It is due to compression of the left renal vein between the superior mesenteric artery and aorta. This can lead to renal venous hypertension, resulting in rupture of thin-walled veins into the collecting system with resultant haematuria and left flank pain. Advised to consult a Urologist surgeon for the surgical repair to prevent the complications. Reply with thanks