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Dark urine and pain in kidney

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I have been on Seroquel, prozac & adderol for some time. My Urine has always smelled and was darker (not redish, but darker like dehydration). Recently I have experienced pain in my right Kidney area. I have had over the years lower back pain and this new pain is not that kind of inflamation. Ideas about cause, and possible treatment options/tests? (I know I should be drinking more water...)
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replied April 29th, 2011
Hello and welcome to e health forum.

Tests to diagnose the cause of your pain include a urinalysis and a renal ultrasound or a CT scan.

You might consult a urologist for a examination and proper advice.




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