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Stomach pain due to inflamed bladder, high count of white blood cells. How to normalize?

i am having stomach pain and i can not stand up straight without it hurting. i went to the er room on monday 12/24/12 and i was diagnose with immflamate bladder and they also said i have count of white blood cells, this has been going on for about a month. and also my stomach is big as well but i am not pregnant nor do i have tumor .. can you please help me out
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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Apr 2013
Dear madam, uroinfection can cause symptoms u re describing but if it is prolonged and antibiotica arent helpful then you should try to find another causes. You need to do US or CT scan of abdomen and pelvis to rule out some intraabdominal disorder. Also you should do urinoculture and repeat blood tests. Inflamed bladder usually doesnt go with such kind of pain. After u do tests i ve mentioned everything should be clear.

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Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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