But it seems like the symptoms changed a bit, now I have lower abdomen pain (around 3 inches below the belly button, the pain is usually on the left side but sometimes on the right too). It is somewhat dull but it almost always is apparent. I am on Levaquin right now (500 mg daily for 2 weeks) in an attempt to clear out any infections. I was on doxycycline for a week before, but I still have the same symptoms. They have changed, and I'm relatively thankful for that (testicular pain is horrible). Both Chlamydia and UTI tests came out negative (they even cultured my urine sample).
What do you think ? The fact that the pain is moving around is not good, but I don't know what it is. Could it be just 2 different things ? The urologist I keep going to is thinking it might be some colon thing although it doesn't add up. I personally think it could be kidney/bladder stones.
Any help would be appreciated guys. I basically have mostly lower abdominal pain, specifically on the left side mostly. And a burning sensation when I pee (it does help to drink a lot of water, somewhat).
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