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Pain in abdomen, pelvic area. Taking doxycline. Negative STD tests. Causes for pain?

Im a 22 year old male have moderate pain at times in lower abdomen and sometims in pelvic area on movememts like ggetting up from chair or doing a sit up. I have had a 8 panel screen for stds 4 months post exposure I was placed on doxycline from doctor because my original symtoms were an itch in mornings and night in lower scrotum and anus . All my test results came out negative for stds. Was an igg blood test with urine. Wondering what else could be causing my pain??
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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thank you.have you any burning sensation during micturition?your pelvic pain is probably due to mechanical pain. do rutine exam. of urine & usg of kub region.
Answered: Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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helloladriancali, you should go for ultasound also for more confirmation i thought this is a infection only but more confirmation after ultrasound. you can us antibiotic cefixime plus ofloxacin combination for 3-5 days with antispas medicine for 5 days
Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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