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Lower back pain, pain at the right side below the stomach, frequent urination. Reason?

hey doc i am 22yrs old female during last week i was having a lower back pain and under my tummy like to my right side to the bottom was having pain there too and urine alot. Now today im having the same back pain not so intense like last week but the pain at the bottom of my tummy moved more up like when i jerk up too much i am feeling the pain and it hurting left side too
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Dec 2012

Thanks for posting on HCM

From your description you are most likely having a kidney infection or a pelvic inflammatory diseases. Frequent urination makes the possibility of kidney infection (pyelonephritis) or kidney stone more likely ( but no fever also reduces the chances of it being a kidney infection). Urine analysis and kidney ultrasound would have to be done to either confirm or rule out the kidney origin of the pain.
For PID, clinical evaluation by a gynobs will be aimed at finding out if they are any active vaginal infections, STDs etc. Pelvic ultrasound will also be useful.
We would not ignore the fact that the pain could be of GIT origin (notably infections) or lombosacral spondylosis.
Pain could be managed with pain killers and antispasmodic medications. If infection is confirmed appropriate antibiotics should be administered.

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Answered: Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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