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Painful urination not a UTI, now and its only getting worse , please help

It hurts very badly every time i pee, i pee extremely often, theres blood, i went to see a doctor and they said it isnt uti or anything like that, ive had this for 15 days now and its only getting worse, i drink alot of cranberry juice, and it always feels like i have to pee!
Asked On : Sun, 8 Aug 2010
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Hello.Welcome.Looks like urinary stone or UTI.Get x-ray Abd KUB,urine microscopy,Ultra sound abdomen and if required CT abdomen if doagnosis not clear.Good luck.
Answered: Sat, 8 Oct 2011
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Pain & frequency & blood in urine can be in UTI as well as a stone in urinary tract.So if you have tested for urinary infection then probably you have a stone in urinary tract.Please get a X-ray KUB & Ultrasound of KUB it will help find out if the reason is stone.Consult a Urologist for further treatment till then drink plenty of water.
Answered: Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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