I have been diagnosed with Spinaltheliosis stage 1. I have found that weight loss has helped to reduce discomfort in my back and in my lower spine. However, I have started to have some irratation in my right flank area. It is not continuous but occurs often enough on a daily basis. My doctor has done a full blood work up and my kidney and liver are fine, but I have a very high Uric Acid levels. Could the elevated Uric Acid level be causing some of this right flank irratation? It doesnt really bother me much while I am still, but when I wake up in the morning and occassionally when I drive I feel it more often. I do not feel it when I am active. Again, I am not experiencing pain....just some irratability in that area. I am trying to lose some more weight to see if that will help to decrease the level of irration I am experiencing. Any Ideas?
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