Good thing you have an appointment in the morning. What you describe could be one or two different things or a combo of the two. The blood in your urine accompanied by back flank pain sounds very symptomatic of a kidney stone. The type of pain caused by kidney stones can cause nausea and vomiting also.
The rash you are describing sounds much like shingles. Is the rash composed of little tiny blisters resembling chicken pox? Have you had chicken pox? Shingles follows the root nerves and often goes from back to front along the nerve path. A shingles outbreak can be very painful.
If it is a shingles outbreak, the doctor can give you antiviral meds to lessen the outbreak and lessen the course of the outbreak. It is important to get this evaluated quickly. If it is shingles, getting on antivirals quickly is very helpful.
If you don't have shingles, make them test for a kidney stone. Let us know what the PA says.
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