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Do you take any medication regularly ?
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Does this pain spread elsewhere?
Dear customer, it is a pleasure to be able to assist you; valuing your intervention, I want to tell you that if the pains you have mitigated with boldocynara are very likely to be of gastrointestinal origin, sometimes an accumulation of gases inside the intestine can generate such situations improving satisfactorily with substances that have specific antispasmodic analgesic effects at the level of the nerve fibers of the gastrointestinal tract, I understand that the kidney stone can generate some pain in the lower back. Still, this type of pain usually improves with strong analgesics, and anti-inflammatory drugs such as ibuprofen or diclofenac, or ketorolac should not improve with boldocynara.
I hope this information has helped shed some light on the diagnostic pathway and helped you know a bit of what may be going on, but remember that it is essential to get an in-person medical evaluation to elucidate the source of the pain.
I would like you to keep me informed of your health situation; I will be happy to assist you and guide you in any way.