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What causes stabbing pain with negative pregnancy test?

hi I have cramping pain in both side for a few week. This becomes a sharp stabbing pain when moving about. I m am 4 days late but had negative pegnancy tests. I m very tired but can t sleep. is this anything I should be worried about?. I m also producing a lot of urine that looks like strong apple juice even after drinking lots of water. Thanks.
Tue, 29 Jan 2019
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Hello,

Your symptoms can be a variety of diagnoses including Gynecological and non Gynecological causes. These include more specifically and most commonly an ovarian pathology such as cysts, a bladder infection, or a Gastro-intestinal (for example constipation or gastritis) problem. I would recommend obtaining a pelvic exam, urine analysis and culture, pelvic ultrasound and an abdominal exam to further evaluate your symptoms.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Amy Gueye,
OBGYN
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What causes stabbing pain with negative pregnancy test?

Hello, Your symptoms can be a variety of diagnoses including Gynecological and non Gynecological causes. These include more specifically and most commonly an ovarian pathology such as cysts, a bladder infection, or a Gastro-intestinal (for example constipation or gastritis) problem. I would recommend obtaining a pelvic exam, urine analysis and culture, pelvic ultrasound and an abdominal exam to further evaluate your symptoms. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Amy Gueye, OBGYN