Twinges in side and pelvis for two months

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Hello,

2 months ago I suddenly got a mild twinge in my left side/flank which appears off and on, but at some point every day, and which is still there.  I’ve also had discomfort at the very top of my thigh where it joins the abdomen, or just above.  My physical last week was all normal - normal blood count, urinalysis, liver function, kidney function, etc.  Has anybody had something similar?  It’s just not going away.

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    I am having the same symptoms along with a few more. I have tried to find out what is wrong. No doctor can find anything and it's all making me a wreck.

    Good luck to us.

    Very few respond to these posts, fwiw

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    Thanks for the response - what have you had done so far?  I have had abdominal ultrasound with a colonoscopy scheduled for the end of the week.
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    I've been to every kind of specialist, Urologist, Gastro, Neuro, hospital..the list goes on and nothing. Just nothing. When I point to the side that's agitated and ask one of them what is there they just say it's my belly or something. That's not even where I'm pointing..to the pains on left side.

    Again, I've given up going to doctors. They make me feel like I'm lying or seeking attention.

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      Oh and colonoscopy showed nothing but you might try also having an endoscopy done also. I had them done at the same time and something did show in the endoscopy but I didn't follow it up b/c the doctor didn't think it was anything.

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