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Have abdomen pain. Have been tested for uti and pregnancy which was fine. What to do?

I have been experiencing pain in both upper and lower abdomen for the last 2-3 months mainly lower abdomen and groin area. I went to the doctor and they tested for both uti and pregnancy. Both of which came back fine and i have had numerous blood test also. The doctor asked me if i had been spotting or not due to being on the implant for the past 2 years and i hadn't so he never seemed worried but said if i did start spotting or bleeding to let him know. Well the thing is i have ultrasound scans on tues but the last 2 days ive been spotting but its not dark red its bright red blood. Would you say to go to the doctor asap or wait until i have my scan and tell the person on the day.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Hi welcome to Health care magic forum.
Thanks for calling H.C.M.Forum. You had pain in the upper and lower abdomen, mainly in the lower . urinary tract infection, and pregnancy tests are negative. Doctor asked for alerting if there is spotting.
As the pain is in the upper and lower abdomen also, the cause could be due to gastric or gallbladder also. other causes of lower abdomen could be due to appendicitis, tuberculosis of ilio cecal junction. urolithiasis,(stones in the urinary tract.) or intestinal worms. Your scanning report may reveal some idea about the diagnosis.
Wishing for a quick recovery.
Best regards.
Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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