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endometriosis/ kidney stones or infections
An_241746 posted:
I"m 32 years old and had endometriosis. I had the utreus removed about 6 years ago do to the pain. Since then I have urine infections, bad back pain and kidney stones/ infections about every 6 months to a year. Would endometriosis cause back pain and kidney problems??? Help looking for answers.....
jenkoelenko responded:
Hello and welcome!

I'm sorry, it sounds like you are having so much continued pain! Is it lower back pain for the most part? I'm not sure about kidney problems, but I've heard that endo is responsible for much of the back pain that we (with endo) feel. If you had a partial hysto because of the pain from endo, I would bet that your back pain is what's causing it. The webbing it forms can cause crazy amounts of pain, and can form anywhere in the abdominopelvic cavity. From what I've heard, it seems women with endo seem to have more problems with IBS, back pain, and all sorts of pain involving menstrual cycles of course... Have you talked to your OBGYN about it? I know there are a lot of women that continue to have endo growth and pain, long after they've had a full/partial hysto. Good Luck! and many pain-free moments!!
~Jenna 24 ttc since 1/07, dx'd w/ endo stage IV via lap 06/08, 1 round lupron, 4 rounds of clomid, dx'd w/ PCOS 06/11, more clomid, m/c 9/2011 - my sweet little angel

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