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16 year old girl, abdominal pain for 2 months

My 16 year old daughter has had severe abdominal pain for 2 months, she has had ultra sound scans on her pelvis and abdomen , ct scans, blood and urine tests and a second opinion with a new doctor and another round of scans and test but nothing shows up, she has floating white bits in her urine, nausea and severe pain, she is on tramal, she has an appointment at a specialist but not for another six weeks, just desperate to find out what is wrong with her, I even tried oral thrush medication as one of her teachers said it may be thrush in her bladder so we tried that last Friday but there has been no change, please try to help us Thanks Alwyn Watson,
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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I also have a 16 year old daughter with constant abdominal pain.Hers started 5 weeks ago.At first I thought it was her appendix,she had all the symptoms.That was ruled out.She still has severe to moderate pain all day,every day.At times the pain gets real intense and lasts for a couple minutes.But she still has the constant abdominal pain.In the past 5 weeks she has had urin test's,blood test's,pelvic exam which included cultures for std's.All theese came back normal.She also had 2 ultra sounds and a ct scan.Doctor's dont know whats wrong with her.She has been too sick to go to school and is probably going to fail tenth grade.We dont know what to do at this point.Please help.Keep me posted on your daughter's progress.
Answered: Tue, 12 Apr 2011
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So sorry to hear that your daughter is suffering too, we are still waiting to see the specialist on the 31st of May I think they will do an MRI next.
I did a bowel cancer screening kit that I got from the chemist, over the weekend to rule out any bowel issues, should get the results in a week.
Your description was a mirror image of my daughters, it was as if you were talking about Riannon, she has had the pain now since the start of February, she had a ovarian cyst show up then, but it had dissapeared 2 weeks later, she had a period in February, but hasnt had one since, the pain is constant.
I ended up pulling her out of grade 11 at school because she hadnt been at all this term and would never be able to catch up, so she will go to Tafe college in July if she is well enough, and I didnt want her to stress out about the work so it seemed like the best thing to do.
I have a friend whose 18 year old daughter is having similar problems she goes for an endoscopy on the 12th so I will let you know what happens there in case it gives us any answers.
Sorry I took so long to respond, hope by now you may have got some answers, I am in Queensland in Australia where do you live, hope to hear from you soon Regards Alwyn
Answered: Thu, 5 May 2011
Allergist and Immunologist Dr. V.Victoria's  Response

Kindly repeat the urine culture/sensitivity test.previous reportsmight have been negative due to antibiotics.please dont take medications unless indicated [mght affect the renals]
let her get well soon.
Answered: Wed, 10 Aug 2011
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welcome to hcm,
your daughter is sufferering for unidentified stomic ach and she is waiting for specialist consultation he or she can better diagnosis the problem and give best treatment.I feel should take homeopathic remedies till that time.she will be in all the comfort.these remedies will be safe and natural.te prescribed remedies will easily available at homeo pharmacy near you.
combination of following remedies
nux vomica3x+carboveg3x+pepsin3x+papan3x+hydrastis3x+pulistilla3x+soda bi carb1X
tabs 2 gr 1=1=1=1 daily
belladona 200 one dose daily.
after one hour of meal.
dr.mohsin madni
Answered: Thu, 11 Aug 2011
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