I've had HA almost my whole life but it normally comes and goes around the time of actual illness. Back in January (I was pregnant) and I kept complaining of severe back pain. I'm very stoic so the majority of the time a lot of Dr's dismiss my problems as anxiety. My doctor told me it was a muscle and sent me home with pain meds. I became increasingly worse so long story short after several L&D trips and me not urinating in over 24 hours they finally gave me an ultrasound. I had severe hydronaprosis and my kidney was huge. I had surgery and a nosprostomy tube put in. I was promised surgery right after I had my daughter, whom I delivered 5 weeks early while I was in the hospital already for my kidney. I kept telling them I was in labor and they dismissed my concerns until they hooked me up for an NST scan and found I was in labor. Skipping ahead to making this short, they thought my hydronophrosis was from pregnancy so for months I went to the doctors crying in pain they kept telling me to wait till my uterus was back to normal. They finally found out I had a rare kidney disorder where my kidney floats. I had major kidney surgery on April 21,2014. During this time I kept complaining of severe nausea, stomach and back pain. They kept telling me it was from the kidney, I had also been losing lots of weight. This actually started when I was pregnant, they also blamed the kidney. Last Monday I went to the Doctor because I was complaining of severe stomach pain (I've been on pain pills since January) and bloating. I told her I wasn't sure if it was my bladder or my uterus. She said that it was more than likely another UTI. Fast forward to Friday morning I had shooting pain that would no go away on my right side and my stomach bloated up. I called my friend who's a nurse and she said she would take me to the ER. On our way we were in a car accident and the seatbelt crushed my already aching stomach. The EMT recognized me from back when I had stones and made a snide comment about my health. He made it very clear that he thought I was making up my symptoms. He asked what surgery I had ect. Then tried to coax me to go to the bigger hospital. I actually thought before I went to the ER that my bowel had obstructed so I said I wanted to get looked at ASAP. When we got there he used words like "She claims that her stomach is is normally flat, and yet it's soft" and "According to her she supposedly can't remember the name of her surgery but claims she has a floating kidney. This made me feel like *****, also his non-belivingness wore off on the rest of the doctors who had seen me before (I had lots of kidney problems including infections and stones so I was in the ER a lot and got the title as a frequent flyer) so none of these people believed me. The doc took an x-ray of my stomach and wrist and ankle and did blood work. They pushed daladid and mostly stayed away. I was still in shock, I had never been in a car accident and I was scared and in pain. He finally comes in 6 hours later and tells me I'm fine. I freaked. I'm not fine, I'm in agony. He said well all our tests prove you're fine. I then broke down crying and begged for further testing telling him I'm not okay and that there's something wrong with me. He then said "yeah there's something wrong with you….) ouch then said he would order a ct-scan but was hesitant because of my past scans. Well the test comes back and I have several large cysts on my ovaries, bladder and kidney. He seemed shocked that there was a problem. I just had a Ct-scan back in March so this was concerning to me but he said to follow up with my doctor. Long story short, I had a panic attack on Sunday evening and called 911 because I felt like I couldn't breath and was having severe stomach pains. The EMT's gave me ***** off the bat and I asked if I should stay home, they yelled, well you called didn't you!! So I went in and the nurses were all crowed around making snide comments about me being there, I wanted to die of embarrassment. One was like weren't you just here the other saying I dont understand why people can't just follow simple directions to wait to see their doctors. I went in the room and could hear them talking about me, making rude horrible comments about me being a hypochondriac and many other things. I broke down crying. I wanted to leave and never come back then the nurse came in and rudely asked "WHY ARE YOU HERE?" then I told her then all she could talk about was the car accident and even asked if I drove my car into them ugh. After she left the talking continued and the doc came in and gave me a PYSCH evaluation. I wanted to crawl up and die. He asked me if I wanted to hurt someone or myself, asked if I heard voices and asked if my kids were safe, I was soooo insulted. I told him I have anxiety and that I'm not crazy. He was very condescending and I told him I will never come back. He then said well you can come if there's something actually wrong with you. There was, I thought I was dying and I have cysts, lots of them. He said that is not an emergency, the same thing the other doc said about my cysts. I left with my head down and my husbands shoes on because I couldn't find mine before leaing the house. I ended up having to walk home )3 miles) I was humiliated, dehumanized. Anyways my question is has anyone had all the symptoms and even fast growing cysts and it turned out to be nothing? I've lost 36lbs in 4 months (not trying) I'm thin already and only gained 15lbs while pregnant. I'm sick with worry someone please help calm me down.