Just to clarify: is your pain upper left quadrant of your abdomen?
These are symptoms of acute pancreatitis, especially with your nausea and vomiting.
You need to be seen by a doctor as soon as possible. It is possible for this to clear up on it's own, but it can also become life-threatening.
Here is a link with more information about Pancreatitis.
I'm sorry you have a phobia about doctors and hospitals, but your condition may need urgent treatment. Usually people with pancreatitis require hospitalization to resolve the infection, then testing to determine what the cause is.
Pain from your kidney area would be "flank pain" , which is your mid back coming around to your side.
If the this is caused by infection, the cipro might take care of it. And some cases will clear on their own. But, if it is pancreatitis it can tend to become recurrent. You need to find out what the underlying cause is and get that treated. Some causes are due to mechanical problems and not infection (like gallstones as an example).
You should see a regular doctor right away, or if you can't get it, go to an urgent care. Blood tests can confirm if this is pancreatitis, and they can go from there. If you have a panic attack, that can be treated also. But depending on the cause, this could be very detrimental to your health if you don't have it taken care of.
Personally, I don't think it is worth the risk to "wait and see".