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Lower abdominal pain in pregnancy. Protein in urine. Why am I dizzy with headaches?

My name is Lucy.I am 27 years old. I am 28 wks pregnant today. Last week i weighed 65kgs and i am 5.6inches tall. I have this lower abdominal pain for 21/2 weeks now,especially when i get up to walk. a urinalysis last week revealed protein in my urine.The Doc gave me antibiotics and a pain killer. She also gave me blood builder for my 9.2 HB. Currently i feel light headed(dizzy), the abdominal pain and a headache. I am already throughwith my antibiotics dose.What should i do?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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from the symptoms it is essential to get a clinical check up with gynecologist for proper diagnosis and treatment .
Albumin in urine is no cause for lower abdominal pain . There may not be any urinaRY TRACT INFECTION . An urine culture will be helpful.
lower abdominal pain with back ache may be indicative of premature uterine contraction.Internal examination and U S G for cervical dilatation will be helpful .
take bed rest and discuss with your gynecologist . tidilan tab 10/20mg 8 hrly will be helpful if the pain is for uterine contraction
Please get a check up .Hope you be all right soon
Answered: Sat, 23 Jun 2012
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