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Flank pain & burning, headache, abdominal pain, tired, nauseas what do you think it is?
Flank pain & burning, headache, abdominal pain, tired, nausea’s what do you think it is? This has been going on for 4 weeks and is at its worst now. I called a urologist but can’t get in until 9/30. Mind you I was in complete renal failure and septic at Christmas.
Just an FYI I have seen a regular doctor, they tell me nothing. First they say it is a kidney infection & give me heavy duty antibiotics then they say it’s nothing. Hence why I am not going back to my GP and I am trying to get in to a specialist. It is not just fatigue, it is not outside issues what I have listed is connected.

Answer by Douglas B
You outside pains shouldn’t have anything to do with what happened inside. The pains you are describing are head pains that have been bad enough to cause other pains to happen in the body. The thing to do is get rid of the headaches and sort the rest out from there.
Put your hands behind your head and place your fingers on your neck muscles and press a moderate pressure on them and hold.
Now relax, take a deep breath and exhale and don’t tense up any part of your body including your arms, let your hands do the work.
After 30 seconds slowly lower your head until your neck is fully extended.
Then release the pressure but hold your head there for one minute.
front.
Press both your thumbs up under your chin near the front and hold a heavy pressure there. You should find a very tight muscle there, just press into it and hold.
Relax again.
When the muscle relaxes, between 30 and 60 seconds, slowly raise your head until your neck is fully extended.
Then release the pressure but hold your head there for one minute.
Get those out of the way and let me know what other pains are going on and I will help you.

Answer by Chas
Don’t bother asking that here!! Just go to the doctor. It doesn’t have to be a urologist,, a GP will be great. All you’ll get on Yahoo something from a stranger that you don’t know,, I don’t know about you but my health is a little too important.

Good luck

Answer by
forget the urologist at the moment and see you M.D. ASAP. i don not get some of you. when something is wrong you must with no hesitation see an M.D. they worked and studied hard for these types of complications that most of us are not experts. would you see a witch doctor? of course not

Answer by Dave
As I can see I think you just need to have a rest mostly the symptoms you are experiencing now is due to over fatigue,

Answer by miss_gretchen21
Sweetie,

With the information I just read about renal failure, if you have had kidney failure and you are having these issues right now, I think it’s time to either call them and get on the waiting list for cancellations or go to the hospital to make sure that you are okay. What worries me is your past history. I’m not a doctor (obviously) but if you’ve had such severe issues in the past and this feels connected (which it sounds connected) I would think that the best thing to do is act quickly to make sure you’re not heading down the same road you were at Christmas time.

If you really want a doctor/nurses opinion online, check out justanswer.com/health. When I was having gallbladder issues they helped me figure some stuff out.

What is the treatment for kidney failure?

Once kidney failure is present, the goal is to prevent further deterioration of renal function. If ignored, the kidneys will progress to complete failure, but if underlying illnesses are addressed and treated aggressively, kidney function can be preserved, though not always improved.

nausea tired: Flank pain & burning, headache, abdominal pain, tired, nauseas what do you think it is?

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