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Lower abdominal pain above pubic bone. Painful during urination. All tests normal. Diagnosis?

My daughter, who is 8, has been having lower abdominal pain for almost a year now. The pain is in one area right above her pubic bone. Lately it s constantly there but worse when and after she pees. It does not burn , but she says it feels like someone is twisting her inside and stabbing her, it is also tender to the touch. We have had numerous urine tests, they all come back negative. She s had a ct scan , an ultrasound and blood work. We have been told by emergency dr. s and the paediatrician they don t know what s wrong. The pain has gotten worse in the past 3 months, she has been missing school and staying in bed a lot. Not being diagnosed with anything we feel we are at a loss on how to help and where do we go next.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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can you go towards homeopathy ?100% homeopathy could help you.search good homeopath who could take proper case .
other wise pullsatil 0/1 HS Guic 200 stat you could try.dr neeraj M.D Homeo
Answered: Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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