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Had a bit of a rough night last night, by back was so sore it was unbearable. someone said it might be my kidneys, what next i hear you say. i agree. once i got up this morning it was fine but i could hardly move without some pretty horrific pain in my back last night.

I feel fine again today.





take it from someone who has had a family member through this that back pain is a symptom of kidney problems.
Re-read the thread where you said that your belly was swollen but going down- swollen belly another sign of kidney problems.
Swollen legs/ankles-another sign of kidney problems.
If you go to hospital/GP again then try and get a ct scan on your belly and kidneys or mri.
best of luck from the west
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I haven't been able to read all this, but I remembered that a friend had some clots after breaking his foot last year. He is a white male & apparently a certain percentage of them have the tendency to get certain clots. He was only 29 when this happened.
Does anyone know about this syndrome?


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So kidneys then - which is the kidney protocol? anti- bacterial and urinary tract?


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Urinary Tract protocol and if you have an infection, then anti-bacterial...


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okay so UTI health protocol for 4 weeks then the antibacterial protocol. didn't reaslie that thanks.


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