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Abdominal pain , constant urination , dehydration

Hi, about two months ago I had went to the hospital and was diagnosed with a Bladder or Urinary Tract infection. I took the prescribed medicine (as well as nausea pills and pain pills) as instructed even when I felt better. Five days ago I had some what I thought was food poisoning from leftovers and then constipation and minor heartburn from the cheese that was on it. Now for the last two days I've been feeling nausea and lower abdominal pain, similar symptons to when I had the UTI, except I am constantly urinating to the point that I'm dehydrated. I've been drinking so much water but it just continues to flush right out. It's been difficult to excrement, I did see a weird yellow-colored mucus in my stool, and my anus sometimes itches. I do not smoke, drink, or use drugs. I am on birth control pills (this is the "red" week supposedly), and I'm sexually active (I had sex for the second time with my bf last week before this happened) and I did wonder if that's the reason. Please, I would like to know what kind of condition this is, so I can find the over-the-counter solutions. My parents do not want to take me to the doctor again, as that we are still paying off my last hospital bills, although I am starting college in a few weeks and I'll get on-campus medical care there. Thanks.
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replied August 13th, 2009
check a pregnancy test.
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replied August 13th, 2009
Pregnancy test, definatly.
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replied August 13th, 2009
O.o OMG nevermind I saw a little worm squirming in my feces T___T it was so gross
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