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Abnormal vaginal bleeding, squeezing pain in ribs. Kidney problem?

i ve been having abnormal vaginal bleeding and pain on my right side and last night like a squeezing pain under my right rib felt like it waas getting tighter and tighter and the bleeding has last just over 2 weeks. wondering if it s a uti? or kidney problem? or something else? im not meant to be on my period either and i ve done a blood pregnany test it was negative.
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Thanks for writing in.
Please note that vaginal and urethral openings are different.
You must clearly identify the location of bleeding. Bleeding from both vagina and urethra need to be dealt with in detail. Please consult your gynecologist and report the matter. After clinical examination, you will know if the bleeding is indeed from the vagina.
Kidney problems are related to passing blood in urine (hematuria) and and this cam occur due to problems in kidney and bladder. This often requires an ultrasound scan of abdomen.

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Answered: Sun, 4 Aug 2013
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Nephrologist Dr. Ilangovan Veerappan's  Response
Blood pregnancy tests can be negative when done very early. Please repeat if required. Like you said it could be "something else". Please consult a doctor. The information provided is too little to comment. Sorry.
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