Hi,everyone for the past almost two weeks ive been having pain in my lower abdomen and starting today getting pain on the top sides of my back,plus vomiting,having to urinate alot and its hard to taste or eat or drink anything.I went to the doctor yesterday they gave me a pap,felt my abdomen it hurt to press against and gave me x rays.Im not sure what the xray is going to tell them.ive been nausea to w headaches and a bit of fevers here and there.I do have quite a bit of Angiomyolipomas in both of my kidneys and right adrenal.I just hope its not tumor related. ive been drinking lots of tea,water,some coffee,juice. I do have Tuberous Sclerosis complex and have had it since birth. I learned that you can get tumors in your spleen,colon,rectal and pancreas.I'm not sure whats the reason for all of this.I did have a CT scans done last yr in july. Can someone help me?View Thread
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