My 19 year old daughter has been having blood in her urine on and off for over a year. We've been to several doctors and no one has diagnosed her. She has taken over 12 urine test in the last year that prove no STD's or UTI. She has pain in her lower back and lower stomach and painfull urination. Coffee or alcohol seem to agrivate it. She went to the urgent care clinic near her college and the doctor confirmed no STD, UTI and said she did have blood in her urine and that it must be coming from another organ. He then sent her home with antibiotics and pain killers. She had a reaction to the pain killers last night and was rushed to emergency by ambulance (severe shaking). ER gave her valium and sent her home. She is vomiting this evening. I'm very concerned and 3 hours away from her. We are in California Bay Area - Should she see a urologist or kidney specialist? This could be serious and no one is taking her seriously. A good Doctor referral would be nice. Have great medical plan.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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