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I continue to have stabs of pain, is it UTI or not ?

I had frank haematuria last week (with no other/previous symptoms of UTI) and was treated with Nitrofurantoin for 5 days. But I continue to have stabs of pain from time to time and right now am unable to sleep because I have the urge to empty my bladder (I am currently tryin to limit it to every 30 min)! Somebody please help...
Asked On : Thu, 10 Feb 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
it may be calculi[kidney stones], or infection. what is your age?/ sex? are you diabetic. give details
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  Anonymous's Response
Thank you for your reply.
I am 26 yrs, female. I am not diabetic. After frank haematuria I was admitted. The urine dip was found to be positive in nitrates and leuc. An Ultrasound was also done which came back normal. But right now am really finding it difficult. Still having to go very small volumes of urine every 30min.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Annapoorna Bhat's  Response
hello dear,
please take anti hementhic drug for worms .then tab cystone, chandraprabha thrice daily for 15 days. take plenty of water, avoid green chillis, coffee, spices etc better to have bland diet. if you can get banana stem , have its juice
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  Anonymous's Response
thank you. what is chandraprabha?
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  Anonymous's Response
Also, does that mean am suffering from worms and not anything related to the urinary tract?
Thank you
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
thanks for choosing health care majic.There are 2 possibilities which are more likely,one stone disease means presence of stone in urinary tract and another infection in urinary bladder.In both case the treatment differs.So first go for urine examination and confirm presence of infection.Then as per guidance of your doctor you may need X-ray and ultrasound of abdomen for confirm diagnosis.In means while drink plenty of liquids,avoid heavy meals and aerated drinks.You can take analgesics for pain.
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