Thanks for posting on HCM
From your description you are most likely having a kidney infection
or a pelvic inflammatory diseases. Frequent urination
makes the possibility of kidney infection (pyelonephritis
) or kidney stone more likely ( but no fever also reduces the chances of it being a kidney infection). Urine analysis and kidney ultrasound
would have to be done to either confirm or rule out the kidney origin of the pain.
For PID, clinical evaluation by a gynobs will be aimed at finding out if they are any active vaginal infections, STDs etc. Pelvic ultrasound will also be useful.
We would not ignore the fact that the pain could be of GIT origin (notably infections) or lombosacral spondylosis
Pain could be managed with pain killers and antispasmodic medications. If infection is confirmed appropriate antibiotics should be administered.
Hope this helps