I have a concern about three things that seem to be unrelated but all are occurring simultaneously. First: I recently completed a urine cytology with a result of atypical cells detected. I have since had a CT Scan with contrast and cystoscopy. They found two small cysts in my left kidney and no abnormalities in my bladder. The urologist said the cysts were common and nothing to worry about. Second: I developed a cough in late June with a constant
Have you asked your doctors about possible adverse effects of any medications you've taken (check adverse effects in package inserts), &/or, any toxic fumes, mold, infections, etc., any of which might have possibly affected both your kidneys and your lungs?
Have you found out what the underlying causes of your gastric reflux might be?
Nat'l Jewish Medical & Research Center (Denver, CO) uses a team effort to figure out and solve patients' medical problems. You might want to consider being seen there. They are the best medical center my husband and I have experienced.
Hope you feel better soon.
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