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Abdominal and lower back pain. Blood and urine test reports and ultrasound normal. What to do next?

I have had lower back and abdominal pain for 6 days now. The back pain has remained the same but in the abdomen , it keeps moving . At first it was a general pain all over and then was more apparent on the left hand side and down into the groin . Today it is more on the right hand side. It hurts to move or bend down and every time I roll over in bed, I am awakened by the pain. I have been to a walk-in clinic twice and have done 2 blood tests, 2 urine tests, an abdominal ultrasound, and abdominal x-ray and a rectal exam. The first blood test, urine test, ultrasound and rectal exam proved nothing. I am awaiting results from the other tests. It is disheartening to hear the doctor say that he doesn t know what is wrong. Please help...I am desperate!
Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
hi jane,
abdominal pain along with back pain radiating to groin could be most likely because of renal/uretric stones.
small calculi sometimes may not be detected in ultrasound.
nothing to worry ,take plenty of fluids orally and consult a general surgeon or urologist.
mean while take some antispasmodic
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Abdominal and lower back pain. Blood and urine test reports and ultrasound normal. What to do next?

hi jane, abdominal pain along with back pain radiating to groin could be most likely because of renal/uretric stones. small calculi sometimes may not be detected in ultrasound. nothing to worry ,take plenty of fluids orally and consult a general surgeon or urologist. mean while take some antispasmodic