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Abdominal cramps under rib cage, pain near hip bone, frequent urination, bleeding. Treatment?

Hello, my body has been feeling wierd. I get bad cramps on my right side under my rib cage and pain on my left side near my hip bone . my stomache feels fluttery. It feels like I have to pee every minute and when I try i do a little and it burns with a little bit of blood and I m not on my period. Please help me. thanks.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Madam! the symptoms described by you are of urinary tract infection caused by a stone probably in your right kidney. You better have a Urine Routine Examination done. If it shows pus cells you should start an antibiotic. If it also shows Red Blood Cells you should go for an abdominal ultrasound for confirmation of any stone. Antispasmodics will provide symtomatic relief of abdominal cramps. Thanks and take care.
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