I went to the hospital last weekend with abdominal pain in my lower right side-left side and naval area.Took a ton of blood-ran a CT scan-urine-transvaginal ultrasound.The doctor that that caring for me said all the tests came back clear-they did find cycsts on my ovaries,tc. They rulled out appendicitis,diverticulitis said I could go home as eveything looked ok.Follow up with my doctor within 48 hours.Had to contact on call dr as mine was on vacation for the week.Saw the on call doctor the next day.He poked at my belly-read the report from the hospital.Said it looked like I have colitis.Gave me 2 anti biotic rx and I went home. 2 days later I received a call from the hospital,they went back over my results,said I have either a hemorraghic cycst or a renal nodule.Has this happened to anyone else?
These two things?
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