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Car accident. Bruised legs, sore shoulders, back pain, stomach cramps. Frequent urination

hi my name is anita, i was on my bike coming from a park and was struck by a car pulling out of a parking lot, he was going about 15 miles an hour, however the impact because i was going fast, knocked me out of the bike and slammed into his windshield and i rolled down to the ground. i suffered major bruising on my legs and have sore shoulders and back pain ... but i have noticed mild cramping in my stomach and side since monday when this happened. but more then anything i have been using the bathroom more then ever. every 2 hours i am going, either to pee or to detox ..... please advise doctor, im waiting for the insurance to respond so i can head to the hospital.... could my cramps and too much detox be related to the impact i suffered thanks
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

In your case I guess possibility of internal organ injury needs to be ruled out.Even with minor accidents, particularly with bikes you can get internal organ injury without any overlying symptoms.This particularly happens because of bike handle getting punched in your stomach, which most patient don't remember later as it has happened very fast.

I would suggest to get a sonography of abdomen done sooner to have look at internal organs.

Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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