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Dizziness, lower back pain, stomach pain, nausea. Should I go to the doctor?

A few days ago I showed symptoms of a uti. I had one before so I know what they feel like. So for the 1st few days I was drinking water and a lot of tea and it started going away, I asked my dads gf because she is a nurse and she told me that it didn't sound like I had a uti, but it felt like it. It didn't hurt as bad as it did when I first had one though. It didn't burn I just had to go often, it didn't smell. When I was peeing it didn't feel like I had a uti until I was almost done using the bathroom then it felt like I had to go but it wouldn't come out. And sometimes I wouldn't go much at all. But now I'm worried that I actually did have a uti and now it might have spread. I don't know if this is coquincedence but me and my brother started getting sick around the same time showing flu like symtoms. Yesterday I felt dizzy when I stood up and I was noticing lower back pains, and my stomach hurt and it felt like I was going to throw up. I feel better now but the back pains are still there. They're dull but noticable. Should I goto the doctor?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon 's  Response
Hello, your symptoms typically suggests me of UTI and the back pain might be due to irritation in bladder. I advise you to go through routine and microscopic urine examination along with culture and sensitivity before starting any antibiotic. Go for CBC also and consult a doctor. Feel free to contact me at
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Praveen Tayal's  Response
Thanks for writing to us.
The symptoms that you have mentioned are the generalized symptoms associated with UTI. The antibiotics are the only treatment to take care of the infection. You need to consult a physician for proper prescriptions.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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