I had problems with my kidneys two years ago. I had a urine infection and the doctors said it could become more complicated if i did not get rid of it. I took antibolitics for it to go away and succesfully it did.
Latley ive been getting alot of pains. Ive been getting alot of back aches and side and stomach pains and cramps. I feel like throwing up every morning and been getting pains in my breast. I had my period like normal but two weeks after intercoure i had cramps and light brown spotting.
I took two pregnancy test and one came out neggative but the second came out a light possitive.
ive been confused quite some time and yesterday i went to the doctors to see if myabe it was a kidney problem and they found that i had a bit of blood in my urine. I have sexual intercourse 6 weeks ago and i had my period 2 weeks ago. The doctor said it could be that i had blood in my urine because i just got off a week ago or because i have a kidney infection again ?
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. False negative results with urine for pregnancy tests have been reported.
Urine for pregnancy tests are not very specific and can be false negative also. I would suggest you to get a highly specific urine for pregnancy test like aimstrip test done or get your serum HCG levels estimated.
The serum test should help in ruling out the pregnancy.
There's a possibility that you might be having stones in the urinary tract. The stones can produce both the bleeding in the urine as well as the recurrent urinary infections.
Please get a CT scan of the kidneys, ureter and urinary bladder done to rule out the same after consulting your physician.
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