I have had severe pain for 4 days in my lower back and pelvic area. I went to my urologist on Fri thinking it was a kidney stone (history of stones). The pain was that bad. He said there was no stone in the urteter, only in the kidney, so the pain was not a stone. I continue to have pain, even in my legs, so bad it hurts to walk sometimes. I am so weak and light headed and some nausea. I plan to call my GYN today. I am 50 and have had lots of menstrual bleeding with clots, but that has been going on and off for a year now, so that didn't alarm me, just the severe pain.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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