I am a 14-year-old female. I've been having some wierd problems lately, all coming from my abdomen. First, my period last month was 10 days late. I'm a virgin, so I know that I'm not pregnant.
Then, we went to Canada about a week ago, and I started having these sharp, stabbing pains in my entire abdomen, but they were more intense towards the sides of my lower abdomen, near theappendix and ovaries are located. The pain was very consistent, and though heat and antacids took some of the edge off, the pain wouldn't go away.
I went to the doctor today, and he tested a urine sample, and told me I have a UTI. I looked at the symptoms from a sheet he gave me, and I had none of the symptoms. I told him he was wrong and to check again. He refused, but then checked my abdomen and told me that I have esophagatitis. I looked at the paper he gave me for that, and I again had none of the symptoms. Frustrated at how the appointment was a waste of money, I left.
Does anyone know what might cause moderate-to-severe abdominal pain in a 14-year-old girl who's also a virgin? I'm off my period, so I know it's not cramps. The only medicine I was taking prior to the abdominal pain was Albuterol. I can't take the pain much longer, so I really need some help. Thanks!
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