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Why am I having abdominal pain while urinating?

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i have pain on the left side when i urinate
Posted Sat, 2 Mar 2013 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Dipanjan Majumder 2 hours later

Thanks for posting your query. I would like to have some information.
- What is the nature of your pain ? ( dull aching, burning, throbbing ,colicky or constricting)
- Does your pain radiate to any other part of your body?
- Is there any aggravating or relieving factor?
- Is it associated with movement, respiration or food intake.
- What is the relation of your pain with defecation or urination?
- Have you noticed blood in your urine?
- I would also like to know about your menstrual periods.

Please let me know these details, I will be able to answer your query better.

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Follow-up: Why am I having abdominal pain while urinating? 9 hours later
the pain is sharpe. not related to food intake. just before i fam finished urinating the pain is sharp. i don't have a menstrual cycle anymore. the pain started yesterday but is not as bad today but is still there on the left side. i am still sexually active.
Answered by Dr. Dipanjan Majumder 26 minutes later
Thanks for posting the details.

You may have urinary stone or doctor.
Following investigations will be helpful
-Urine for routine and microscopic examination then culture sensitivity
-Renal function test
-Diagnostic ultrasound in conjunction with abdominal X-ray
- Intravenous urogram

Depending on finding of clinical examination, your doctor will advise the appropriate set of investigation. Your doctor will be able to guide you.

Keep me posted if you have any query.
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