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Im sorry to hear about your symptoms. Do you have the test results with you? and can you post them here? Any other symptoms apart from lower abdominal pain? Any medications that you might be on?
Since you seem to be offline, ill leave a response here which we can discuss later if you want.
If your urine shows no sign of bacteria then it is possible that you may be suffering from interstitial cystitis. This is a condition in which the lining of the bladder is inflammed and this can lead to burning urination, pain in the lower abdomen, frequent urination, pelvic pain etc. Now this can be due to an autoimmune reaction among many other causes. Usually the diagnosis is made with the help of a urine routine examination which would show WBCs without any bacteria. Secondly the diagnosis needs to be confirmed with the help of a cystoscopy. the treatment can be with various drugs like painkillers and a newer drug like elmiron. Nerve stimulation procedures may be considered as well.
At the same time you should also be investigated thoroughly for an infection and a urine culture with a repeat urine examination should be done. Abdominal and pelvic ultrasound is also recommended.
i would suggest that you discuss these possibilities withyour doctor.
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I would also like to mention that if needed a CT scan should also be done to determine any signs of chronic inflammation in the urinary system.