I was rushed into hospital and was diagnosed with MSK, they want to remove my kidney but they say it is too dangerous .... I have a hospital appointment in febuary as that was the earlieat i could get it if not im back on the waiting list for a year, and they are putting me on a diabetes ward, does this mean they will diagnose me with diabetes or test for diabetes? Im scared and really worried why they are putting me on a diabetes ward can anyone help and my mind wont stop boggeling :-) ... Many thanks :-) xx
This is my second night with no sleep, my kidney has been so painful for 2 days, ibcant explaib the pain its like being stabbed and twisted, i feel really really sick also abdominal pain .... My doctors said i could try some anti-biotics but there unsure they will work i have to eait toll geb :-(
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