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Frequent urination and kidney pain

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i am 18, ihave been going back to my doctor for weeks and cant get answers.I am urinating at least 40 times a day,pain in my kidneys, abdominal pain, feeling as if my insides are coming out my bottom. cant go out feel awful dont know what to do I had cramps in my stomach previously and feltill i was also anorexic 3 years ago. My periods have got closer together as well.


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replied March 2nd, 2010
Abdominal Pain Answer A10367
Hi,

Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am glad to help you out. You should consult a urologist and get yourself evaluated. The cause of the frequent urination and pain abdomen can be a stone in the urinary tract and for the same you may need further investigations like ultrasound or CT scan of the abdomen. Getting a blood sugar done is also important to rule out diabetes mellitus.

There’s another condition called diabetes inspidus which can also present as frequent urination. It is due to a decreased production of a hormone which is responsible for the reabsorption of water from the kidneys. I must admit that a diagnosis is usually possible only after a physical examination and investigations and making an online diagnosis is not possible. I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.





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