Hello and welcome,
Thanks for your query.
Any disease, does not always have to have all the symptoms mentioned in the text books, which is why you need doctors to make a diagnosis, and this obviously makes our job more challenging, but that is what we are here for.
No pain while urinating does not mean you do not have a urinary infection.
Normally, when we suspect a UTI (urinary tract infection
) in a patient, we get a urine analysis and a urine culture investigation done.
The urine analysis helps to make a diagnosis of the infection, whereas the urine culture helps us in finding the best suited antibiotic which would relieve you of your infection and in turn all your symptoms.
There is a possibility that you are resistant to the antibiotic prescribed, and thus changing the antibiotic would be the best option, but for more clarity I would advise getting a urine culture done.
I hope I have succeeded in answering your questions, you could write back to us anytime for further clarifications.