Frequent urination, abdominal pain, lower back pain, nausea, white blood cells found in urine sample

Urinary infection. Follow up with the doctor who ordered the test your symptoms and the results point to a urinary infection.
R/o UTI. Indeed you may have a urinary tract infection. I hope a bacterial culture of the urine was done too if not it has to be done and if positive antibiotics are in place. You should be seen by your family doctor asap as neglected UTI could cause serious health problems later in life if neglected, .

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D&C 2 wks ago have low back pain, tender abdomen, urgency urinating. Dipstick came back positive low white blood cells, could it be PID or just UTI?

Sounds like bladder. It sounds like a bladder infection. PID is not that common after a routine D and C unless STDs such as gonorrhea and chlamydia were present and untreated before the surgery. If you had a urine dip test done then it seems you have seen a doctor for evaluation. Schedule follow up with that doctor for clarification on your diagnosis and treatment. Read more...