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What are the kidneys?

The kidneys are two organs whose major functions are to remove waste products and excess fluid from the body and produce hormones that regulate blood pressure, red blood cell production, acid regulation and influence calcium, and electrolyte metabolism.

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Comment from: Concerned male, 25-34 Male (Patient) Published: June 09

I have kidney pains on both sides. I cannot urinate and have symptoms of flu and joint pains. I have also not had a bowel movement in the last 2 days.

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Comment from: anna, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: June 15

I have had kidney stones before and this pain is now just like the kidney pain when I had them before. It has been a year now, and at first it was now and then so I thought just let it pass on its own. Now it is every day and some of the pain is getting to hard to handle. It quits or lowers in pain a good deal. Now it has added the constant feeling of having to urinate. I passed blood also only a couple of times and it was light. I wonder if there is something else that could be causing this or if it is possible for a stone to hang on this long.

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