Over the last year, I have had issues with right side pain. I have a history of kidney stones and have medullary sponge kidney. I have had chronic UTI's in the last 4 months. I have seen GI, GYN and urology, but noone or CT scan can find a cause for my side pain. My other symptoms are: my immune system is shot- I get every cold or flu that goes around. In the morning my fingers are swollen and my ankles stay swollen. I have been diagnosed with spinal stonis in my lower back. I can't sleep at night and am always tired- I get up at least 4 times a night to use the bathroom. Lately, have had accidents at night and when I have to go to the bathroom I have to get there. I started before the right side pain with IBS, but that has resolved itself. My body aches all the time and walk around like a 60 year old woman. I am 39 and can't seem to find any answers. Any advice would be appreciated.View Thread
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