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Chrissy

Registered: Dec 10, 2003
Posts: 1,474
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Hi everyone

 

Well, on the kidney stone issue, they have not been too bad or my bladder BUT I have been getting awful pain on the right hand side (quite low down).  PERMANENTLY THERE and I just dont know what to do with myself.  It is driving me mad.  I do not think it is my sciatica playing up because surely it would be permanently hurting my back and go down my leg??  I cannot even do a little bit of gardening without being in intense pain and I am living on nurofen which does not even touch it.  I suppose I shall have to go and see my GP who will put it down to kidney stones or sciatica.  BUT this is just a different pain, throbbing all the time on the right side lower than the kidney area.  Has anyone got any ideas what it could be?  It is really getting me down.


Thanks for any advice.

 

Chrissy xxx

mediastar

Registered: Sept 8, 2004
Posts: 269
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Hi Chrissy, good to see you around again.  Ideas:

 

Appendix

IBS, although that tends to start on the left and work its way over!

ovarian cyst

ectopic pregnancy

wind - which can be sooooo painful!

muscle strain

hernia

 

 

Hope it's nothing serious!

 

Mx

Chrissy

Registered: Dec 10, 2003
Posts: 1,474
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Hiya


Went to see the doctor today, she told me that if I start to be sick or not eat very well it could be my appendix so I need to watch out.  BUT her guess is, is that it could be an infection in my tubes due to the hysterectomy so she has given me some strong antibiotics to hopefully get rid of any infection.  I feel lousy today, the pain is really getting me down.  It is the sort of pain that will not go away.  I do have IBS but the pain is always on the left hand side.

 

Chrissy xx

mediastar

Registered: Sept 8, 2004
Posts: 269
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Hope the antibs clear everything up quickly and you feel better really soon! M X

Jasmine

Registered: March 31, 2006
Posts: 322
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Hi Chrissy,

Hope you are managing your pain.

 

I have had a appendicitis, if you had that you would definitely know! you can't actually breath with out it being excruciating, times child birth by a 1000 and that's an apendicitis. It starts off with pain in the centre of your tummy and then moves to the right, very low down on right.

 

Sorry don't know what you have but do hope you are feeling better.

 

Love Jasmine

 

 

judy

Registered: March 30, 2005
Posts: 8
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hi chrissy

 

just reading through the questions i to have pains on my right side,notice you have had a hyesterectomy have you still got your overiers   i saw my urologist and had a scan and they found that i had overian cysts, just had them drained but still got pain so it could be the same for you hope you feel better soon

 

judy

Chrissy

Registered: Dec 10, 2003
Posts: 1,474
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Hiya

 

Yes, I do still have my ovaries but do not think I have cysts because I think they checked for them when they did the hysterectomy.  Have bad tummy pains today.  I do not think it is appendititis because like you said, I would certainly know about it and it is not that sort of pain.  It just stays there all the time.  I never did have a follow up appt after my hysterectomy so I am going to call the hospital to chase it up because I could ask the gynaecologist about it then.


Thanks.


Chrissy xx

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