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7 mo. lower abdominal as well as lower back pain

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I have lower abdominal pain as well as lower back pain all in the same side. I am 7 months pregnant. Also when i pee theirs little, almost unnoticeable red things floating in my pee as well as light pink color on the tissue. what do you think?

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replied March 10th, 2015
Welcome to e health forum.

It is unusual to have abdominal pain during the 7th Month of pregnancy. This is not normal.

Your lower back pain, which is probably radiating to the lower abdomen and the red colored urine could be indicator of renal stones.

Pain that originates due to renal issues (Stones, infection) is episodic , spasmodic or colicky in nature, originating in the flank and radiating to the lower belly, inner thigh. It is associated with other symptoms like nausea, vomiting and systemic features due to any infection.

Renal pain does not resolve with change in position nor with adequate rest and can even cause sleep disturbances. Urgent pain relievers and specific treatment is needed in such conditions.

It would be highly recommended that you consult with your doctor at the earliest and get a physical examination and also your urine tested which can help you properly treated.

I hope this helps.
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