Sorry to be a pain(!) with so many enquiries, but as I said, my GP appears to be clueless. I mentioned a recurrent pain in my left side to her (last 6 months), but she's keen to ignore it in the hope that it goes away. I just wanted to know whether it's linked to the PKD, eg. something being squashed, or whether it might be something else. The other pain I experience is ever changing and recognisable for what it is, but this does not change or move far. It's low down on the left side, worse when walking, bending, after sitting for some time or if standing for some time. The GP's current explanation is IBS, but I've suffered IBS for years and this is not typical of the pain associated with it. Any ideas?
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