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Have urinary tract infection. Difficulty passing urine. Pelvic pain. What is wrong?

Hi.....I am a 49 yr old woman who had what seemed to be a urinary tract infection for months. I felt that I had to pee constantly but only a few drops would come out. My doctor took blood and urine samples and said there was no signs of an infection and sent me to a urologist . He did a sonogram of my kidneys thinking i had kidney stones (i had lower back pain and dryheaves a couple times). But he didn t really find anything, Now the urinating problem has disappeared completely but i now have pain in my pelvis , especially on the left side, like a pulling sensation amd also my lower back. I am now scheduled for a CT scan, Any idea what is going on with me? Thanks!
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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hi and welcome to healthcare magic...
dear if your reports regarding renal profile is normal...then you might suffer of which case there is urinary frequeny anf a heavy and dull ache sensation in the pelvis....mostly occur in multipara after menupause......
so also consult a gynaecologist.....
Answered: Wed, 31 Jul 2013
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