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Lower abdominal pain, moving to vagina, unable to walk, stand. Treatment?

Hello, my wife is experiencing lower abdominal pain . It s a few inches below belly button, extending down into vagina . It s not a burning feeling--it s more of an ache or stabbing/pulling pain. It s so bad that she can t walk or stand up straight, no position makes it go away. She feels pressure and pain when she need to urinate. This is the first time she s experiencing this & knows the difference between menstrual , gas, related pain.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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This type of pain is often seen in acute urinary tract infections.
Or infections of lower gentital tracts.
She had to get her urine examination and culture and sensitivity ,done.
Start the antibiotics after the results.
For pain relief start with Tab meftal spas. ONe tab three times a day.
Syp citralka three tablespoons in half glass of water or jiuce three times.a day.
Plenty of fluids And adequate rest.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jun 2014
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