I have been having right side and hip pain for a couple of d

I have been having right side and hip pain for a couple of days now, and decided that I would go to the Dr or er if I had to. My hip is tender not like a pain (hurts if touched ) I have missed at least one inslin shot but taken my metformin kinda scared of my sugar dropping but so far my Dr has drop my dose since I have had multiple low sugars I looked up my symptoms and appendisis, panic attack were amount those suggested. I have had kidney stones which was on the top of my list, wished they could just get all the stones out of both my kidneys . I'm tired too like I am fighting something or the pain is keeping me from sleeping

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MarWin's picture
[10810]
Dec 28

I personally do not think kidney stones and hip pain are related. I have had multiple bouts with stones. I have been good for over a year now, and my last bout was very easy compared to the previous ones. Part of that I attribute to better breathing and hydration habits. Keeping my diaphragm operating properly so all those organs can do their job. And to hydrate properly so that I am keeping my urinary tract clear and clean. But I also do not want to discount your issue with insulin. Do you experience other symptoms like electricity, stinging, pins and needles, anything of the sort?

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kimfree's picture
[3040]
Dec 28

No none of those. The pain I'm experiencing is a mascle strain been RX MUSCLE relaxers and told to use heat and cold on side. Glad it's not stones, appendisis, thanks for helping me out

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MarWin's picture
[10810]
Dec 29

@kimfree Okay. Maybe you have low back pain from bulging discs? Browse the thread below from lookingforaway and you will find that I posted the BEST routine ever for low back pain. Start there and do it for about a week, or until the pain goes away in your low back. After the pain is gone, continue with the routine for another week. If you then have isolated hip pain, I would gladly post a great routine for that.

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