Is your abdominal pain due to kidney stones?


If you experience a severe, sharp pain in your groin, back, or side that begins slowly, just like gas pains, upset stomach, or menstrual cramps and continues to increase in intensity, and within an hour or two becomes so severe that you have difficulty walking or breathing it could be sign of kidney stone and needs medical attention. However, if the pain is localized near your lower right side, it might be appendicitis. Consult your doctor for a correct diagnosis.