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Lower abdominal pain. urine analysis result normal, few bacteria seen. what is the reason for pain?

Hi everyone can I ask what seems to be the problem to me. I had my urinalysis this day and the results are: Color:Yellow, Character: Slightly Turbid, Reaction:6.0, Sp gravity: 1.005, Protein: negative, Sugar: negative. Microscopic: WBC:6-8hpf, RBC: 0.2hpf, Epith Cells: Moderate, Bacteria: Few. thats all thank you. By the way Im 20 yrs old and this past few weeks I experiencing moderate pain in my lower abdomen and it s getting worst since its started last month. I had the pain every now and then lately.please help me thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Gastroenterologist 's  Response
Hello, stephjoydelosreyes,
Just from the urinalysis we are not able to tell whether you have infection
or not. You do have few white cells and few bacteria. Unless you get a clean
catch urine specimen and send it to the lab for culture, that can tell if
you have infection. Also, if you are experiencing any burning on urination,
frequency of urination, fever or chills, those go along with urinary tract
Lower abdominal pain could be due to constipation and build up of gas.
Problems with prostate glan in men and uterine or ovarian problems in
women can cause low back pain. Lower spinal involvement with disc or
arthrtis can also do this. If you are into lot of lifting or bending, muscle
and ligament sprain can give backache.
I think I have given you some of the more common causes.
Check with your doctor.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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