Frequent urination and abdominal pain in women pregnant?

Abdominal pain. Abdominal pain and increased frequency of urination can be due to a number of factors. It could be due to a pregnancy with an ovarian cyst, threatened miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, urinary tract infection, and others. You should see your physician for evaluation to determine if you are pregnant and the cause of the pain.

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I am experiencing lower abdominal pain (side: right). The following also describes me: Frequent urination. What should I do?

Abdominal pain. The causes are many; particularly in a female. You need to be examined, along with a pelvic exam and testing of your urine. All the best. Read more...

I recently got random frequent urination. I am positive for leukocytes and only got abdominal pain once in a while. What's wrong with me?

UTI. You may have a urinary tract infection, drink plenty of water, cranberry juice and if worse go to your doctor as you may need antibiotics. Also some vaginal infections can give similar symptoms. If you also have vaginal discharge, especially if you douche or have unprotected sex you may need to be evaluated. Read more...

Abdominal pain nauseated frequent urination missed period?

Pregnancy Test. In a female of child bearing age, pregnancy must always be considered and ruled out or in with almost all abdominal or pelvic problems. The next thing on the list of possible problems would be some sort of infections - either in the female organs (vagina, utereus, tubes) or in the urinary system. Those are the most common things that would account for all of these problems. Read more...

I'm having lower abdominal pain, slight back cramps, and frequent urination...What is causing this to happen?

URINARY TRACT INFECT. Increase flud intake, get urine cultures done if positive you may need antibiotics. Read more...
Infection. In urinary tract, or uti, is most likely. Back pain might be kidney infection, which is more serious. You need to see a doctor, get a urine test, and probably start on antibiotics, right away, before infection spreads to kidneys. Kidney infections are serious, so don't delay. Read more...