Are Back And Hip Pain A Symptom Of Kidney Pain?
Hello, I want to ask if the head hurts after nausea and the back feels cramped and the left hip hurts whether it is a symptom of kidney disease
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Complaints of nausea, cramps in the back, hip pain and headaches, can occur due to various conditions that do not have to interfere with the kidneys. Conditions can be due to migraines, tension headaches, stomach acid disease, stomach ulcers, urinary tract infections, urinary tract stones, appendicitis, and many others.
For kidney disease, symptoms that are often encountered are usually in the form of pain in the waist, while in your case, your complaints are accompanied by nausea, headaches, and cramps in the back, so that is what causes the tendency for various conditions. In addition, kidney disorders are not only determined by the symptoms alone. There should also be results of supporting investigations that support such as urea and creatinine levels that are not normal, the screening process is below standard and so forth.
So regardless of what the chances are, if you experience any symptoms, check yourself at least at a general practitioner first, so that a series of history excavations, physical examinations and supports needed to narrow the possibilities, establish the diagnosis and determine what treatment is most appropriate for you .
Meanwhile, for headaches, you can take over-the-counter pain relievers by reading the rules of use listed, sticking patches or warm compresses on areas that are cramped and painful, multiply drinking warm water, do not hold back urination, and consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.