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No periods post child birth, abdominal pain. Blood test done, pelvic ultrasound scheduled. Causes for symptoms?

Hi, my name is XXXXX and I havent had my period since my son was born 4 years ago. I am not pregnant, and have been having increasing abdominal pain over the last 3 months. I saw my Doctor yesterday. I took a blood test at that visit, and an abdominal and pelvic ultrasound is scheduled for next Tuesday. Just looking for a heads-up on what could possibly be going wrong! Thanks!
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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Hi, Welcome to health care magic forum.
You got abdominal pain, if you have mentioned the site of the pain, it will be easy to get the diagnosis.
If the pain is in the lower right abdomen it could be tubal pregnancy, appendicitis, U.T.I, urinary stones. etc. If on the left lower or middle lower, may be U.T.I, urinary stones, tubal pregnancy etc.
Middle central may be due to the worms, in the flanx may be U.T.I, urinary stones, or colon infection etc.
Upper middle suggests gastric irritation,or infection in the intestines. Right hypochondrium liver infection, gallbladdrer stones, etc. If in the left hypochondrium may be spleen, kidney or pancreas infection.
I usually prescribe to my patient with such symptoms omeprazole, domperidone, dicyclomine hydro chloride, and rest according to the site of the pain.
Wishing for a quick and complete recovery. Thank you.
Answered: Sun, 1 Dec 2013
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