I been having a nagging pain in my (L) side for almost a year now. The pain sometimes goes to the back...also, goes away and comes back every 3 months ........I feel the pain especially at night-during the day is not there-even after jogging or playing tennis. Not other symptoms.
I don't take any medications, and I eat very healthy. I went to two doctors, all the blood work came back normal. did a sonogram and shows nothing big to worry a small cyst on my L kidney. Why, all this Doctors want to do is give you medication the little "purple" pill everyone is taking???? for symptoms completly different than mine.?
I don't have any other problems at all........... I am 59 years old............ and losing faith with the medical field any advice........thanks so much francisca
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