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    Newbie! Questions about Anavar and Kidney Pain

    I have only been taking Anavar for a little over a week now and am having a lot of kidney pain. Is this common?
    I have had a kidney stone and am wondering if it was from steroids ? I really don't want to go through that pain again. I swear it was worse than having a baby.

    Any insight will be greatly appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowton
    I have only been taking Anavar for a little over a week now and am having a lot of kidney pain. Is this common? I have had a kidney stone and am wondering if it was from steroids? I really don't want to go through that pain again. I swear it was worse than having a baby. Any insight will be greatly appreciated!
    This side is atypical. Kidney stones most likely diet.

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    Welcome to the forum! Best of luck!

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    Welcome the forum and good luck with your problem!

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    I'd suggest getting some blood work. My back pain transfers back & fourth & is easily mistaken for kidney pain.

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    kidney pain is very difficult to diagnosis if a MD doesnt observe and see you...its a pain that could easily be confused for another kind of pain...btw, there isn't a direct relation between AAS and kidney disease...especially for a beginner who used anavar ...
    you can stay relaxed, imho...its not var the cause!

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    I had similar issues and it turned out it was just radiating back pain.

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    Welcome to the community.
    Hope you got true var.

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    a quick ultrasound will be able to tell if you have kidney stones or not. Some people even mistake gal stones as kidney pain even though their in a totally different area. Has your pain been directly after eating a large meal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ica27 View Post
    kidney pain is very difficult to diagnosis if a MD doesnt observe and see you...its a pain that could easily be confused for another kind of pain...btw, there isn't a direct relation between AAS and kidney disease...especially for a beginner who used anavar ...
    you can stay relaxed, imho...its not var the cause!
    well, if her var is dbol that might be the issue,

    but real var i have seen people drink with every day on and be fine, (I do not recommend this in anyway!)

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