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Burning sensation in urethra. History of dysuria treated. Remedy?

I m 26 years old girl having relationship. I had dysuria and I treated it with antibiotics under doctor's care. it almost cured. but still i have burning sensation in my urethra and i pass with over wok load or over time in job, it increase. i have to put aside my work and take compulsory rest untill the pain gone. pls give me any rememdy to cure this burn of urethra.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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As you have suffering from urinary tract infection . As you have taken treatment for this .
But still there is burning that indicates it is not cured completely some time it takes few more time and takes some longer days of antibiotic course.
You can go for urine examination and Urine culture and sensitivity test .
For the continuation of antibiotic you should consult to your doctor.
you should start taking plenty of water orally. it helps the clearance of infection

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