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Sharp pain I lower abdomen sometimes continuing to kidney area. any ideas ?

For three months now i have been going to my doctor non stop and am now being referred to the hospital for further tests. im 21 and i am haveing severe pains in my lower abdomen which continues round to my kidney area. I am also always going to the toilet (urinating 20+ times a day) i have done various urine tests etc. i recently had an ultrasound to check for kidney stones or ovarian cysts , but again nothing was found. I have had four different antibiotics incase of infection, and yet still no difference. i also the whole time i have been going to the doctor, have had blood and protein in my urine. any ideas ? Also i dont know if this is helpful or not, but diabetes and endometriosis. thank you
Asked On : Sat, 29 Jan 2011
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Hello cass;
welcome to HealthcareMagic
Diabetes can give shelter to infections which become difficult to treat.Also diabetes can cause the increased frequency of urine but as for the pain it can be due to infection.Presently since you have been referred to a hospital for investigation please get a urine culture and sensitivity test done to find the nature of infection (whether it is bacterial or fungal) and the sensitivity test will guide regarding the indicated antibiotic or antifungal which will hep to treat the infection better.Please get investigated and then the doctor will treat you accordingly.
Answered: Thu, 18 Aug 2011
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