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Burning sensation while urination, pain and bleeding. Treatment?

Hi, my name is Chrissy. I arrived home from work tonight with a burning sensation each time I pass urine, but now I am bleeding, I have the need to go to the toilet more than usual and if I don't go straight away as soon as there is the erge then I end up having an accident ....... but in the last hour I have been drinking lots and lots of water each time I pass urine... the pain is unbearable, I curl up on the floor tryin' to stop the pain then end up peeing myself with blood on the towel.... Question: If I drink as much water as I can tolerate will the burning and bleeding clear, flush through....???? also will it go away....??? My apologies, I do not own or have a credit card, I cannot proceed any further, but thank you anyway..
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Thanks for posting your query.
Burning sensation during urination, frequency and blood in urine can be due to two possible cause. One is Urinary Tract Infection (cystitis/urethritis) other is bladder stone.
Taking large amount of water can wash out bacteria and force small stones to come out. Beside this you can take cranberry juice to heal urinary tract infection.
Both condition can be properly managed after diagnosis on the basis of some lab test like urinalysis, urine culture, CBC, pelvic xray or Ultrasound.
You should visit your doctor and get these tests for further management.
Hope it helps.
Take Care!
Answered: Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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use homoeopathic medicine canthris Q 20 drop 3 times with cup of water
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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