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problem urinating lower back pain and abdominal pain.

i am a 29 yr old female. i have not been able to pee hardly at all in almost 2 days. i am having lower back pain and abdominal pain. what could this be????
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replied March 28th, 2014
hi there
its very difficult to comment without thorough history and examination.
i would like to know if you have any past history of such problem
any history of weight loss
and how many glasses of water you drink?
it could be because of dehydration/uti/bladder stone/mass causing obstruction

i would like to run some tests:
urinalysis
urine culture
ultrasound abdomen pelvis
cystourethroscopy

meanwhile drink a lot of water

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