Back & abdomen pain. Every after 12 hours. Suffering since last 15 months....need help

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Hello doctors/consultants

My wife who is 46 years old , is suffering from back & abdomen pain since last more than 15 months. Pain start in lower back near spine as well as in abdomen at the same time & it last for minimum 02 hours. This occurs every after 12 hours. We have carried out every possible test including spine MRI & consulted various doctors line Gastroentrologistics gynac, acupressure etc. All her report came normal. No one could diagnose her pain cause.

Is there any one who was suffering from this kind of pain & got cure,

I cannot see her condition in pain. Pls help in getting her proper treatment out of this.

 

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    I bad slmething similar on my left side.

    Pain started in my back, which I now know was my kidmey, and moved to my lower side of abdomen. I had a kidney stone. I passed it but only after going to ER with pain. They found the stone. You were a little vague with ber symptoms;which side,etc

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    every test possible? I name a few more:

    vascular CTA or MRA/MRV and vascular (not plain basic) ultrasound to check for:

    nutcracker, pelvic congestion, MALS/Dunbar?

    Symptoms: anything position related? Like worse or better in sitting/standing vs lying?

     

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      Has she had a HIDA scan for gallbladder function, sphincter of oddi function test?
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