Sometimes a person has pain in the lumbar region, and before him the question arises that it hurts - the loins, kidneys or, perhaps, these are gynecological pains (if this is a woman), what is the cause of such pain? If it is a kidney, how can one understand by what signs?
Kidney pain occurs due to damage to the kidneys or penetration of the kidney infection. Kidney pain can be confused with lumbar, as the location is approximately the same.
I must say that it is very difficult to determine with absolute accuracy that this pain has a kidney origin. But here you need to focus on the next moment: the kidneys are not at the level of the waist, but just above the waist. Pain in the kidney may be pain on one side of the back in the upper part of it, a pompous character, especially if it is accompanied by a febrile condition, frequent urge to the toilet. This, most likely, pyelonephritis is an infectious disease of the kidneys.
To clarify the real cause of pain in the lumbar, attention should be paid to the concomitant symptomatology.
Back pain, accompanied by a decrease in the amount of urine released per day.
For any of the above symptoms, you need to sound an alarm and do not wait until the pain itself passes. After all, all kidney diseases are very serious and require immediate treatment. To establish the diagnosis, it is enough to undergo ultrasound diagnosis. Based on the conclusion of ultra-sound research, a urologist must prescribe a specific treatment. In some cases, the patient may be referred to a nephrologist and /or an oncologist for advice to doctors.