Thanks for writing in.
Most probably it just might be a case of dysmenorrhoea (painful menstruation
). We can rule out urinary tract infection
as the urine test has come back as normal.
sometimes have a genetic predisposition. Might want to get an ultrasound
of the abdomen mainly focussing on the kidneys, ureters and bladder to rule out stones in the renal tract.
In the meantime, give her a pain relief medication along with an antispasmodic. Advise her to drink plenty of warm fluids. Application of hot water bag on the lower abdomen and back might help. If the pain is due to her periods, it should resolve in a day or 2.
However if the pain persists or is severe in intensity, better to pay a visit to the doctor.
Hope this helps.
Dr. Divya Kuttikrishnan