Still dealing with this back groin and side pain all right side for over 2 years

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well my pain started over 2 years ago in my right kidney area and spread to the right side stomach or groin and now my right rib cage . have had 2mri ,2 ct,ultrasound and many urine and blood test and all they can find is fatty liver, some scattered divertic and low vitamin d. they say that my back is in great shape but after working all day it hurts so bad I can't hardly stand the pain or even turn over in bed because the sharp pain takes my breath away. they just want me to see a pain dr but I want to find out what is causing the pain. Has anyone else ever had this.

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    how about trying a new doctor. or you need to see specialists about your problems. sorry you are suffering. of it was me i would get to the bottom of this.

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    Hi, similar to my pain, especially after being on my feet all day though mine goes through my left side...kidneys, lower left abdomen and groin. Ridiculous pain in lower back and coccyx

    I had 2 ct scans, several blood tests and a colonoscopy, all clear.

    Latest diagnosis is non bacterial prostatitis, a weeks course of anitibiotics completely resolved the pain, it did come back after a couple of weeks so on a 3 month course now. This wasn't detected in any bloods testing for infection as down to over growth of natural bacteria or so i'm told.

    Just an option, post how you get on.

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    Accept the findings of the tests you have had because they may be the cause of your pain. Avoid alcohol since you have a fatty liver. Try the pain clinic which may help to manage your pain.

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