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I am suffering from frequent urination. and i have blood and protein in urine

For three months now i have been going to my doctor non stop and am now being referred to the hospital for further tests. im 21 and i am haveing severe pains in my lower abdomen which continues round to my kidney area. I am also always going to the toilet (urinating 20+ times a day) i have done various urine tests etc. i recently had an ultrasound to check for kidney stones or ovarian cysts , but again nothing was found. I have had four different antibiotics incase of infection, and yet still no difference. i also the whole time i have been going to the doctor, have had blood and protein in my urine. any ideas? Also i dont know if this is helpful or not, but diabetes and endometriosis are on both sides of the family.... thank you
Asked On : Sat, 29 Jan 2011
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Your history sounds that you have urinary tract infection. Get your urine culture and senstivity and take antibiotics accordingly. Also get your tests to rule out diabetes. Another problem that leads to severe lower abdominal pain is pelvic inflammatory disease. i am sure u will get well soon with appropiate treatment.
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