Hello i have been experiencing pain over my kidneys for a while now , sometimes its the right side sometimes its the left side , sometimes when i feel the pain in the kidney area if i push a little bit with my hand i feel a pop and then the pain is reliefed , i consulted my doctor and he asked for blood and urine tests aswell as pelvic and abdominal ultrasound , all tests were perfectly fine and the ultrasounds didn’t show anything not normal , i even consulted another doctor who told me that ultrasound is enough to show if there is a cyst or an infection and that is most probably muscle pain . I got the flu few days ago and the pain is becoming more frequent when i stand up the pain is reliefed .. i would like to mention that my pee color is normal even transparent when i drink enough water im not experiencing fever or nausea , the pain is not constant it comes and goes sometimes but with the flu its comes more frequently , its been only a week since the ultrasound and the tests ....i would like to know if the tests i did are enough to reveal any suspecious problem in my kidneys and if its most probably muscle pain
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replied November 17th, 2018
If all the investigations are normal including an ultrasound and the urinalysis then the cause is most likely to be musculoskeletal. Paracetamol with Muscle relaxant like orphenadrine citrate can be advised in consultation with your doctor


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