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ShaquileOatmealll

Could be kidney stones. I had similar symptoms for a while before I went in. Please get checked before It's worse.


FartMasterx69x

I don’t think it’s that because a lot of it doesn’t check off boxes for a kidney stone. Especially no blood in urine and shit. I’ve gone to the doctor several times for it and they never suspected that. I think it has something to do with inflammation and irritation. Because I also get GI issues too when it’s going on


KrayDumbSucks

Appendix and gallbladders can exhibit this type of lingering abdominal pain. The pain can radiate to anywhere in that region. Quite common. Sometimes surgery is needed, but usually you go home the same day. Abdominal CT scan can rule these things out.


FartMasterx69x

I’ve thought I’ve had gallbladder issues before so that’s interesting you say that