Pain from kidney, urinary bladder and lower ureter
Pain from urinary bladder, ureter, and kidney may be in the suprapubic area at the beginning stage of the disease. The pain may spread to both sides depending on the disease.
Kidney diseases such as kidney stone, kidney infarction, kidney injury and bleeding or blood clot can cause in the back and flank area with the pain shooting to the suprapubic area and the groin.
Pay attention to the urine. Is it painful to urinate (to pee)? Is it very frequent? Is there blood or stone in the urine? Does the urine look cloudy? Does it smell badly? Was there any nausea or vomiting or fever? Does it hurt more with cough or laugh or sneeze? Any of these questions helps to determine the cause of such pain.
Right kidney abscess with right middle-low back pain, delayed diagnosis due to co-current DKA, discovered by hint of persistent "right lumbar" area pain, verified on renal US, and treated with IV/PO antibiotics.
Abdominal Pain in Diabetes – DKA is not the Only Cause. Shubha Laxmi Margekar1 , Satyam Singh Jayant1 , Om Prakash Jatav2 , Maneesh Jain3 , Amit Chouksey4. J. Assoc of Physicians India, May 2014 Vol 62
Disclaimer: This site and its entire content are for informational purpose only. It is not for diagnosis and management of diseases. It is not a substitute for a medical professional. Nothing is. Seek immediate medical assistance if you feel any pain or weakness or numbness.