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I have been diagnosed and confirmed by biopsies in December and have been suffering with severe back, kidney, and hip, pain. Any soluions or advice ????

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have you been checked out for kidney infection/disease?

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Stick to the diet, and go as low carbohydrate/high fat, high protein as you can, with a lot of vegetables and fruit. Drink lots of water.

Hot shower, baths, hot tub. Walk for a warmup, and then do yoga/stretching. Strengthen your core muscles as much as possible. This may be the last thing you feel like doing, but do it regularly anyway. Rethink the use of a lot of anti inflammatory drugs, which can cause so much kidney/back pain with heavy use that they don't work. Drink more water, again.

Investigate creative sleeping positions, with lots of pillows. Try sleeping with a body pillow, or propped up.

Don't give up. This can get better.

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It is possible that it's not related to gluten intolerance at all.

Have you seen your GP? Or an orthopaedist? Or a chiropractor? My GP referred me to a chiropractor when I threw out my back (playing frisbee!), and he's been great. (BTW, hip issues can *easily* contribute to back pain.)

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I swear by my chiropractor. It might be just back pain. We can strain it so easily without realizing it.

That kidney pain could be a rib that's out and needs adjusted. I injured myself taking a yoga pose too far and my rib across my middle to low back hurt so bad that when I breathed in too deep it would kill me. My chiro put the electrical stim on me, iced it and adjusted. I needed 2 or 3 adjustments and then it was all gone. (Until I hurt myself again a few months later. :lol: )

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