Well, I've had a ton of bloodwork done-I'm surprised I have any blood left!!-a pelvic ultrasound, a CAT scan with and without contrast dye, and a kidney ultrasound. This is where I'm at now-I still have lower back pain with tenderness on both sides now, crampy/achey pain in my sides that makes it painful to walk, and pain on my right side. So far, my doc said that from the CAT scan results it looks like I may have kidney stones in my right kidney and/or a cyst on my kidney. I am so tired and I feel so miserable. My doctor seems to not really have a clue as to what's going on (my physician), and neither does the OB/GYN, the GI doc.....I'm getting nowhere with this..FAST!!!! Ugh!:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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