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Kidney and Joint Pain

Hi, for over 3 years I have been having these attacks where I have pain in both my kidneys, fever of 101,joint pain, trace amounts of blood in my urine and extreme tiredness.  I have been many different doctors and had a million tests done.  I had numerous MRI's and CT Scans and blood tests and urine tests.  I even went to the Mayo Clinic, but no one can figure out what it wrong with me.  While Mayo, I saw a lot of different doctors and had a ton of blood tests but nothing shows up.  I was not having any symptoms while at Mayo.  I live in a rural area so the doctors here are not the greatest.  Any ideas or suggestions.
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hey i have joint muscle tendon full body pain..

what kind of pain do you have?

diagnosed with CKD3 this May..

no kidney pain, no blood in urine..not fever..

my eGFR went from the 60's to the 50's -40's then 38 before they did a urine test and a biopsy..

no disease from the biopsy , imaging normal..

my kidney loss was to to medication…that was switched and my eGFR improved to low 50's
creatine was, good, lower as well.

if you have your lab results you could check what it says for the eGFR and creatine..

i used an online blood test tracker and input my results so over the years i can see if things have changed.

i would start by looking at your records..i learned how to read them and what they mean! the internet is awesome…

then when you go to the doctor you can ask more questions .

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I have pain similar to kidney stones in both of my kidneys.  They did a CT scan and couldn't see any stones.  They tested my urine and blood for many things but couldn't find anything wrong.  
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Kidney is one of the most organs of our body. It have many functions, including filtering wastes and toxins, maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance, regulating blood pressure, etc. When the kidneys are damaged, they will cause some symptoms
Kidney is one of the most organs of our body. It have many functions, including filtering wastes and toxins, maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance, regulating blood pressure, etc. When the kidneys are damaged, they will cause some symptoms
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