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    Pain Please Help
    An_257705 posted:
    Hello, I have been experiencing pain in my lower abdomen area. but the pain has been recent in the past 3 months. The pain is so bad when I walk for about no more then ten mins. the pain starts to spread to the right side of my kidney. I went to the hospital once because I thought I might of had a disease, but when I came back for my results I didn't have anything. so I took the meds they gave me and that was it for bacteria vagin. and a yeast infection. then almost two weeks later the pain came back again. it was worse, I could not sleep, laydown, or even walk I had to sit up in order to sleep, and somewhat that didn't even work. I'm not pregnant, and my menstrual cycles are always on time. I going to see an OBGYN next Tuesday.Can some one help me or give me an answer?

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