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Having lower back pain, lower stomach pain, bleeding, not pregnant. What to do?

I have lower back pain mostly in my left side sometimes I have lower stomach pains along with it and im bleeding its not like a period bleed its just like a light blood its starting to worry me and my husband I don t think I am pregnant but we do try. I was wondering if maybe I could be misscarring or something ... its been hurting for three days its only been bleeding well since about 5 o clock yesterday. Can you please help?
Asked On : Sat, 25 Feb 2012
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Hi Maganm welcome to H.C.M.F . you are having low back pain some times radiating to the stomach on right side. it strongly suggest urinary tract infection. with ascending infection to uterus, causing bleeding. pregnancy means stopping of periods as the foetus grows till dlevry of the baby. consult a gynacologist for diagnosis and treatment. pain could be due to stone in the urinary tract. thanknyou.
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