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Have uti. My skin is irritated and itchy. Taking antibiotics. What are the findings and required treatment?

Hi, i think i have a uti, but it doesnt burn when i use the bathroom...ive had it a week now, my skin is irritated in sometimes itchy. i can possibly b pregnant even know the home stick said neg. I have been taking antibiotics, drinking cranberry
is something i do daily even before this. Also eating yogurt is also something i do daily with fruit. I wrk 6days a week driving more then 300miles a day for work.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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You said that you are having UTI, but , you should have confirmed diagnosis, for that you consult physician. He will clinically examine you and advise laboratory investigations to confirm UTI. Then he will prescribe proper treatment..ok

You said that you are having irritated skin.. Itching on skin, but this much is less information, so you consult nearby dermatologist for diagnosis of skin disease, and take treatment accordingly.

You said that you feel pregnancy, but did you consult OG doctor?, not. ..right?
You consult OG doctor, and get confirmation of preganacy.

Travelling and eating yogurt have no relation with any disease...

I advise you to consult different doctors for your different complaints..ok

I hope you got my answer.


Dr ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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