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Abdominal pain, infection suspected. Tests negative. Zanocin oz, buscopan plus, sompraz d40. Suggestions? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 28-May-2013
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Doctor:How can I help you?
User:hi this is XXXXXXX
User:im wife of XXXXXXX
Doctor:proceed with your query XXXXXXX.
User:im having pain for last 2weeks
User:stomach pain
User:i had test but all negative
User:the doctor said i have infection but he cant say what infection is that
User:he gave medicine for that
User:zanocin 0z,buscopan plus,sompraz d40
Doctor:Did they help?
User:i feel better after 3days of taking that medicine and after 5days i stop it as the doctor said
User:but after 2 days pain starts again
User:until now,and im 3weeks delayed but the test shows negative
User:i mean monthly period
User:buscopan help me for few hours but the pain starts again after 6hrs
User:this is the firtst time im delayed..and having pain like this...
Doctor:May I know your age, XXXXXXX?
Doctor:The pain that you describe - is it located in the lower abdomen?
User:under rib down to lower abdomen right side
Doctor:I guess the pain is like cramps.
Doctor:Does the pain increase or reduce after food?
User:pain is more after food
User:and every night im having light cold shivering and fever and goes after an hour
Doctor:Do you have nausea or vomiting / fever?
User:fever only every night specially
Doctor:Do you have any problem passing urine?
Doctor:Is there any pain / burning sensation / difficulty while passing urine?
User:i had all the test which possible cause of this pain .. but all negative ..
Doctor:Does those test include ultrasound abdomen and pelvis?
User:ultrasound yes.
Doctor:Are you periods regular in the past?
Doctor:Do you have any discharge per vagina?
Doctor:These questions are relevant to understand your problem better.
Doctor:Thanks for answering the.
Doctor:Let me brief you now.
User:ok thank you
Doctor:Based on the details provided, I think your symptoms could be related to these 2 possibility.
Doctor:1. The pain is probably be due to missed period.
Doctor:Sometimes due to some hormonal disturbances, periods could get delayed.
Doctor:Delayed period is often associated with crampy lower abdomen pain, nausea and so on.
Doctor:You can repeat your pregnancy test (if you haven't repeated the test)
Doctor:to rule out pregnancy completely.
Doctor:If pregnancy is ruled out, you can consult a gynecologist.
Doctor:He or she may prescribe you some hormonal medication (progesterone only pill or regular birth control pill) for 3-5 days.
Doctor:Periods would restart after stopping the pill.
Doctor:A gynecological consultation is necessary to guide you through these process.
Doctor:The second possibility as your doctor suggested is this might be related to some infection.
Doctor:Intestinal infection such as typhoid needs mention here.
Doctor:Getting your blood tested for complete blood count, blood culture / repeating scans might help us in confirm this possibility.
Doctor:As you have already tried a course of antibiotic and you have delayed period, i suggest you to consult your gynecologist
Doctor:to treat gynecological problem.
User:thank you doctor
Doctor:If symptoms persist or worsen, a general physican can streamline the necessary test to rule out infection and treat your problem.
User:i will do that
Doctor:Hope it is clear.
Doctor:Do you have any other query?
User:thank you so much
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Wish you speedy recovery.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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