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Pain in the lower abdomen and back pain while urination. Had kidney stones in the past. Normal STD and blood test. Reason?

i frequently urinate and when i pass the urine there s this painfull pain on the left side below my belly and a back pain on the same left side which nnever gose away, and when i urine it increases with the sharp an painful one below my belly on the same side, i went to 2 different doctors, one side i had PID, the other side kidney stones , all the different medications never worked, i did x-rays altru sound, scan my whole body , all my organs, with a contrast, and dye, an still they all side the same thing, they dont kno what s wrong , because all my organs or fine, and i have no infection, i did STD S TEST, BLOOD TEST AIDS test everything keeps comig back normal, now the problem is, that when ever the pain eas down , it dont ever go away, it comes back with the same sharp and painful pain everytime i have a period, and stays for 2 to 3 weeks untill it comes to a mild pain and it stays till i have another cycle, which always comes and last the same 3 days every time, so can you tell me what my problem is, what my doctors or missing. plz..
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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Welcome to the forum. Since you have PID, you can be infected with (E.Coli) Escherichia coli infection. When infection gets chronic and spreads in the urinary tract, patients generally complain of such symptoms.

Just take care of your hygiene and sanitation. avoid swimming and using public toilets. Avoid having sex till you are not fine. Wear cotton undies and treat them with savlon, wash them regularly. You should have a R/E urine test and also a C/S of urine to confirm your infection.

Keep yourself hydrated, take plenty of water (1-2 litres) each day. Take soups, juice also. Antibiotics like Norfloxacin and taking Alkacitran with water can help you get better.

See a doctor and get examined before taking any medicines. Take care.
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