The last 2 days I’ve had some pelvic pain on the right side. It’s more dull and annoying. A little background. Last month I had a kidney stone and a near fatal upper GI bleed. I passed the kidney stone about 2 weeks ago. I recently, in addition to the pelvic pain started feeling fullness in my bladder. In the last month I’ve had 2 X-Rays and 3 CT scans- one with contrast. Aside from the kidney stone everything was normal including the pelvic area(no mass etc). So I know there’s no need to worry about a pelvic tumor since they’re already rare and pry wouldn’t show up in less than a month. Could the pelvic pain be related to the kidney stone I passed? 41 y/o male. Still low energy from the GI bleed- I’m on iron pills to get the blood count back up. 12 pound weight loss but that was from the GI bleed. Appetite is normal for me. Urine is normal color. No issues with losing control of bowels or bladder. We have a ton of medical bills coming in so I’d rather not go back to the doctor.
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