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Back pain & abdominal pain. Pushing on bladder, frequent urination, sore stretching pain on back. Serious?

The last couple of days I have had lower back pain and abdominal pain at the same time. It sems to be pushing against my bladder and making me use the bathroom more frequently. I have not done anything out of the ordinary, and i feel a like i can stretch the pain out of my back, but it is very sore by the top of my buttocks. Doesthis sound serious?
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Thanks for using Health Care Magic Forum,

There is no need to worry . Anxiety and Stress can lead to many problems.

I advice you to do a X-Ray KUB to rule out mild stone formation in the Kidney as per your symptoms.

Kidney stone if found for less than 5mm it will pass aeay in urine in few weeks by drinking large amount of urine.

Urgency to pass urine and low back pain is also a symptom leading to Kidney stone .

I advice you to do the examination to start treatment at the earliest.

I Hope I Provided Useful Information. Do ask Furthur Questions to help You get well soon.


Dr.J.Kingson John David
Answered: Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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  Anonymous's Response
Welcome at HCM.

I have read details of your question.It looks from your details that you are having lower abdomen pain & frequent urination.

Your symptoms are showing that most probably you may be having urinary tract infection.There can be cystitis(bladder infection) or urethritis.

You should do following to have relief i n this-

-Take good amount of water .This will decrease the concentration of bacteria in your bladder.

-Ask about complete urine examination,culture & sensitivity of your urine from your doctor.This will help to diagnose about the presence & type of bacteria which is leading to this problem.

-Most probably you will be given a complete course of antibiotics.Take the complete course.Do not skip it a single day.

Hope this all will help you.

With best wishes.
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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