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Since when is the green discharge from urethra?
Was a culture test done?
Since when are your symptoms of kidney pain and chemical smelly feces?
Were you given antibiotics or any treatment for the vaginal discharge?
What are the investigations done for the kidney pain?
What did your stool test and liver function tests show?
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Which antibiotic was prescribed?
Have you had a recent repeat of the test of the kidneys to look for calculi?
Obviously, without being able to do an exam or other tests over the internet, it is difficult to say what is the cause of symptoms. However, the most common causes of kidney pain are infection or kidney stones. Together, these two problems account for 80-90% of cases of kidney pain. The green discharge is also worrisome for infection. Your doctor probably saw evidence that was worrisome for infection, which is why the antibiotic was prescribed, but it is unclear whether it was the kidneys or the discharge that was being treated (or both). When there is no improvement in symptoms, it would be appropriate to change to a different antibiotic. Alternatively, it would be appropriate to perform an imaging test of the kidneys, both to look for kidney stones, but also some of the less common causes of symptoms, such as a stricture or tumor.
As for the altered smell of the feces, it would be appropriate to perform tests of the stool, particularly looking for altered digestion, such as looking for fecal fat or reducing substances.