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Avatar m tn It was found that my stone was calcium based and I was told to avoid all dairy products as well as some fruit and veg. There are 4 different types of kidney stones. Unfortunately, once you have had kidney stones the chances of getting another one are much higher.
Avatar n tn For low back pain and abdominal pain, conditions like kidney infections, urinary tract stones, appendicitis, spine disorders have to be ruled out. Seek consult with your primary physician for a complete assessment and diagnostic tests.A warm compress over the area and OTC analgesics may be able to help temporarily. Do keep us posted.
Avatar n tn It is good at helping the liver and kidneys eliminate toxins, helps with muscle and joint problems, and it can help precipitate crystals in joints (from arthritis), as well as help disolve gall stones and kidney stones. I have a few books on it, including one with a lot of recipes, and it is widely talked about on the web (using a web search). The best kind is the unpasteurized, raw ACV with the "mother" (enzymes). It is safe to drink as it kills bacteria and many viruses.
Avatar n tn I'm having withdrawal symptoms I didn't expect. Light headedness, the runs, blood pressure going up, and general fatigue. Lots of fatigue. And some irritability. I am hoping that these symptoms begin to decrease soon. Well, they have gotten better than it was in the first 2 days. I am still wondering how long I can expect to have these side effects of withdrawal?
Avatar n tn The problem is sometimes those pregnancy symptoms are an awful lot like period symptoms (it's a bummer that nature works that way). But either way, I started having sore breasts and slight nausea within about a week or so after my IUI. The IUI worked and I did get pregnant... so although everyone is different, the symptoms started rather early for me. We'll cross our fingers for you and hopefully you'll have some good news in a week or so!
Avatar f tn I know you have had tests done but did any of them look at your left kidney? What are the symptoms of kidney stones? Kidney stones often do not cause any symptoms. Usually, the first symptom of a kidney stone is extreme pain, which begins suddenly when a stone moves in the urinary tract and blocks the flow of urine. Typically, a person feels a sharp, cramping pain in the back and side in the area of the kidney or in the lower abdomen. Sometimes nausea and vomiting occur.
242516 tn?1368227505 This has been an unusual year in that the flu has been picking up in the last few weeks, and will last into early summer. The symptoms of influenza include cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, and fever. Other common symptoms are chills, headache, muscle aches, fatigue (a tired feeling), and loss of appetite. Fortunately, this year, there's plenty of vaccine and you'll have protection as soon as a week after getting your shot.
Avatar n tn The most comman causes of pain in right side of navel are appendicitis and kidney stones. However, usually an ultrasound detects these. If your doctor really suspects appendicitis or kidney stone then you may need a CT scan. However, since you have a family history of Crohn’s and personal history of IBS and polyps, then further investigations should be done in this light. In all probability you symptoms are due to an inflammatory bowel condition.
Avatar n tn I can go to my doctor again, they have EKG there, would that solve my problems, no worry if EKG comes normal? Also I have soon normal year control for my kidney stones (blood test and abdomen ultrasound), if something is wrong would that show on blood test and abdomen ultrasound?
Avatar n tn I've also been speaking with someone I know whom is a chiropractor. I remember that I had kidney stones for over a year and a half. ( I thought I had a UTI and the test was negative for UTI but high in calcium and so they sent me to the urologist who then through the tests found the kidney stones and my ovarian cysts.) I was on special diets and lifestyle modifications and kept having to go to the urologist and follow up with my doctor over and over again, but I kept making more stones.
Avatar n tn • Muscle cramps or twitches • Insomnia • Irritability • Sensitivity to loud noises • Anxiety • Autism • ADD • Palpitations • Angina (chest pain) • Constipation • Anal spasms • Headaches • Migraines • Fibromyalgia • Chronic fatigue • Asthma • Kidney stones • Diabetes • Obesity • Osteoporosis • High blood pressure • PMS • Menstrual cramps • Irritable bladder • Irritable bowel syndrome • Reflux • Trouble swallowing"
1361959 tn?1277687317 Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, infection in kidney, kidney stones, constipation, ovary involvement in women, ectopic pregnancy in women, mesentry (a thin tissue that carries the blood, nerves and lymphatics for the intestine) involvement, and an abscess in rectus abdominis muscle or psoas muscle can all cause lower right abdomen pain. Hence these causes should be eliminated by a CT scan of the abdomen. Crohn’s disease is a difficult entity to diagnose.
Avatar n tn A couple of months ago we lost our beloved 7-year-old lab to complications from bladder stones. She showed no symptoms at all of a bladder or urinary condition until early one Sunday morning when she was unable to urinate at all. We immediately took her to the vet, her bladder was drained and they did an ultrasound that clearly showed bladder stones. The vet thought the condition could be treated with meds (antibiotics) and a special acidic food that should dissolve the stones.
599316 tn?1256925213 To name a few, it could be a kidney infection or a gallbladder attack. Neither are pleasent, but sounds pretty consistent with what you have. If your not running a fever, then I would say it is the gallbladder. The best thing to do is call your OB and let them know what is going on. If they don't help you go see your primary caregiver. More than likely the OB will not discount you, since the cause could be kidney infection.
Avatar n tn Im a 40 year old white male with a history of kidney stones. for the past few years ive had persistent pain, and have been to a urologist. I have a large stone in the left kidney. They suggested i have a PERC done, but since the pain has been somewhat manageable, i havent done anything. especially since they told me that the stone in the kidney doesnt usually cause pain and there were no guarantees this would even solve my problem.
Avatar f tn I'm the type of person, face the problem head on, deal with it. Not happening here, lol. When I tell the doctor of my symptoms, I feel as if I'm crazy because I can't pin point them in one area. One doctor told me in a round about way that I was depressed and they have medication for that, lol. I explained to him I have children, struggling to keep up with them and worried about my health. Help....
Avatar m tn In your case the cause of IBS like symptoms need to be ruled out. Hence you may need endoscopy or video encapsule endoscopy to diagnose Crohn’s or duodenal ulcer. You may also need blood tests to rule out celiac disease. Also you can log in what you eat and the symptoms as they appear (pain, gas, bloating) and see if there is any correlation between any food type and symptoms.
Avatar m tn The CT scan of Kidney, bladder is normal, no stones. The prostate check is also normal. All the doctors I saw do not know the cause and reason for now and I am still bleeding. My questions are: What could be the cause(s) ? And how can I stop the bleeding ? Thanks.
1929236 tn?1323124128 Some other things that I have that probably mean nothing - I pass kidney stones about every 2 or 3 months - My back hurts constantly right between my shoulder blades - My right elbow pops and my arm falls asleep when I try to straiten it out(the doctor called it "tennis elbow") - My left knee feels like something is crawling inside of it(the doctor said that I sprained it) - I wake up sometimes with my hands clenched tight and it takes about 20 min to get them to work right - When I
2085202 tn?1373203340 Since you are losing a lot of weight, provided you have not changed your eating habits to eating far less or are not having vomitting and diarrhea (which can be symptoms of pain in the case of two of those symptoms or symptoms of anxiety), did the doctor check your thyroid function- not just running a TSH, but free T 3 and free T 4 also?
1688444 tn?1305693229 I have had issues with my left kidney now with a year of constant infections to 8 yrs of kidney stones. This past March this kidney has been hurting and I don't know why. I had to see a Vascular Surgeon last Oct due to two lumps from an IV from the Colonoscopy in June. He told me my problems with my hands and feet is Raynauds. Finally a name for it. He laughed when I told him what the dr told me yrs ago about my nerves trying to catch up.
Avatar f tn Well, another 2 weeks go by and burning pain and testicle pain still there so I have my GP reffer me to a urologist who checked my testicle and had me do a urine test and said he thinks its reffered pain from a pinched nerve and to do some back exercises and it should go away. He also had me get a MRI to check for kidney stones and it came back negetive.
Avatar n tn heart palpitations, GERD, kidney stones, fatigue, and migraines. Looking back, every copy of labs I can find ( all the way back to 2003) shows I had an elevated calcium level ranging from 10.4-11.1 but no one ever checked it further. I feel like I have been treated for all these individual symptoms and no doctor has tried to put it all together into one diagnosis. I am on propranolol and imitrex for migraines, and metformin and birth control for PCOS.
1126418 tn?1326169592 I take 400 IU of D3 daily now. He rechecks my blood, occasionally. He did warn me overdose of it can cause kidney stones. I also take SAMe, for depression. 10 years ago I was on prescribed antidepressants and was able to get off them with SAM-e. I was taking NerveFix for numbness but I'm on a very fixed income and it's been a couple months since I ran out.
Avatar f tn I am helping a fellow out now who has the same condition and he has passed over 100 kidney stones in past fer years. Your symptoms are to far ranging to be 20 different conditions. One intracellular bacteria can go throughout body causing systemic illness. You can either accept you current diag, or do some research about what I am saying and get better. It won't be overnight, but you WILL get better.
Avatar m tn I do have medical problems, back and nexk pain from Mortar attack in Iraq, and FREQUENT Kidney stones (This is my biggest problem with getting extra doses of pills, with my on and off normal doses) I am day 1 of cold-turkey (8am on the 31st wasmy last 3). I stopped once for 9 months, had a kidney stone, took some that day, the next day, tried to stop because I passed the stone and, WHAM! the whole bottle is gone.
Avatar n tn More recently, since dropping to every other day, I have had a pain in my kidney area, around where a boxer would take a kidney punch, that is driving me nuts. I have done all the home remedies that one might try for a kidney infection or stones. No changes at all. My stomach hurts all the time and I have had problems there and none of the meds for that helps. Milk has always settled the burning sensation, until now. My joints hurt, I am having all kinds of aches and pains.
1929236 tn?1323124128 Some other things that I have that probably mean nothing - I pass kidney stones about every 2 or 3 months - My back hurts constantly right between my shoulder blades - My right elbow pops and my arm falls asleep when I try to straiten it out(the doctor called it "tennis elbow") - My left knee feels like something is crawling inside of it(the doctor said that I sprained it) - I wake up sometimes with my hands clenched tight and it takes about 20 min to get them to work right - When I
7718987 tn?1393615000 At your end you can maintain a food log and log in all that you eat and symptoms as they appear along with timing, duration and nature of symptoms. Maybe a correlation may emerge. You doctor could run a food challenge test. Third: Possibility of an inflammatory bowel disorder, celiac disease, Crohn’s disease etc should be looked into. This would require specialized tests like video encapsule endoscopy, celiac blood tests etc. Fourth: The symptoms could be diet related.