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Abdominal pain, severe cramps, bleeding post sex. Protein detected in urine test. Causes?

I have pain in my lower right abdomen . It feels like a stabbing pain that worsens when I walk. Went to doctor today and they ran blood work and urine test. I was positive for protein in urine . Also, severe cramping this am but it has subsided. Also, blood after sex last night. My last period was 2 weeks ago. Any ideas? YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 20 Nov 2012
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thank you for the query
I have gone through your query and understood your concern..i can enlist few conditions which are common causes for protein to be positive in urine
Glomerular conditions
so I can assure you that protein in urine inyour case could be UTI as there is associated vaginal bleeding which could be commonly due to STI s check for any sexually transmitted infections and run ultra sound abdomen to rule out any pathology with your kidneys
thank you
hope I have answerd your query
DR Alekhya
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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