hi , can anybody help ......ive have like a pulling pain in my right bottom of my abdomen for about 3 months , it now appears as an ache or a pain anywhere in my abdomen , this ache goes under my left rib right up to my sternum , i also have very sweet smelling urine , lower back and leg ache, i have seen my doctor who gave me omeprazole , but they are not making any difference ....
Have you by any chance been on a high protein diet? You could have ketoacidosis which is the kidneys trying to deal with the high amount of protein. Either that or have them check for (I hope not), ovarian cancer. It is hard to diagnose as there are few pain sensors there. One thing you'd notice is your abdomen getting enlarged and feeling bloated. Get this looked after pronto - the best defense is an early offense. Good luck!
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