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What causes persistent abdominal pain and blood in urine?

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Posted on Sat, 21 May 2016
Question: I had some blood in my urine once early morning yesterday, but not anymore through out the day. It looks like I have some blood in my stool this morning. I have a dull pain in my lower right side. It has been there a few days and I thought I just have a nervous stomach as I burp at times. Under stress at work. I have a small purina in my right side lower groin area. I have it for over 5 years. Doctor told me best to leave alone instead of surgery as it may make it worst. The area is a little sore. Overall I ma feeling ok.
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Answered by Dr. Harish Naik (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Urine and stool examination, lots of water, curd and probiotics

Detailed Answer:
Hi
Welcome.
I have gone through your query.
In my clinic, I would have asked the patient to go for urine routine and stool routine examination, and based on the investigation report I would have decided on the management. So I would suggest you these investigation.
Presently, I would suggest you to drink plenty of water and drink cranberry juice, which is helpful in urinary tract infection, which might be causing your symptoms.
I would also suggest you to avoid spicy food, alcohol and smoking, if you do. Eat food rich in fibres, eat curd which will be beneficial. You can also take probiotics like sporolac or ecobion.

This provisional advice provided by me is based entirely on the input provided to me. I would suggest examination by the doctor.

I hope this suggestion might be of some help to you.
Take care.
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What causes persistent abdominal pain and blood in urine?

Brief Answer: Urine and stool examination, lots of water, curd and probiotics Detailed Answer: Hi Welcome. I have gone through your query. In my clinic, I would have asked the patient to go for urine routine and stool routine examination, and based on the investigation report I would have decided on the management. So I would suggest you these investigation. Presently, I would suggest you to drink plenty of water and drink cranberry juice, which is helpful in urinary tract infection, which might be causing your symptoms. I would also suggest you to avoid spicy food, alcohol and smoking, if you do. Eat food rich in fibres, eat curd which will be beneficial. You can also take probiotics like sporolac or ecobion. This provisional advice provided by me is based entirely on the input provided to me. I would suggest examination by the doctor. I hope this suggestion might be of some help to you. Take care.