1. Complete Blood Count (CBC) – This is an important test that can help diagnose conditions such as anemia, infections, or blood disorders. The test measures the various blood components such as hemoglobin, red and white cells, platelet counts, etc.
2. Urine Analysis – A urine analysis can provide insight into kidney function as well as detect any presence of infection in the urinary tract which may be causing the patient’s abdominal pain.
3. Imaging Tests – Depending on the severity of symptoms and findings from other tests mentioned above I would consider ordering imaging studies such as a CT scan or MRI to rule out any serious medical issues like appendicitis or gallbladder disease that may be causing these symptoms.
These tests are designed to provide more information on the patient’s condition so appropriate treatment can then be given if needed. We can track changes over time by comparing baseline results with subsequent tests.