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What causes the sudden onset of pain below my naval ?

i have severe pain below my naval. its not intestinal pain for sure.sudden onset thats been continuious for 2 days.ive had 5 periods in 2 months.i must mention that i had taken the bath salt drug for a week straight.the hospital said everything was normal with my blood .no signs of urinary tract infection.when i informed them about the bath salt indulgence they treated me very rudely and released me at once saying i was fine.they did nothing for my pain and told me to take otc pain meds whichdo nothing.sometimes pain is as bad as 32, i weigh 170 and have a pretty healthy medical past.i do not think this is withdrawl.please help i hurt.
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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Hello ,
Bath salts are cosmetics and they can not cause any pain.You must be having pelvic inflammatory disease or dysmenorrhoea.You said you are having period 5 times in 2 months , is it heavy ? Take some antispasmodics like meftal -spas tablet and go for an ultrasound , it can be appendicular or urinary colic also.Get your blood counts done.
You have mentioned ' withdrawal' , please make it clear , do you mean withdrawal bleeding ?
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Answered: Tue, 24 May 2011
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