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Treated for UTI, had found traces of WBC, symptoms of full bladder, depressed. What is it?

I recently have gone to the doctor to get treated for a uti . When they took my urine I only had a trace of white blood cells not like bacteria but they decided to treat me with one anyways. I had all the symptoms of it like urgency a little bit a burning when I pee but not alot and I always felt like my bladder was full and could never get it all out. I had a uti this summer and was treated as well then but after I took the medicine the symptoms went away for a week but came right back. Now after taking all of the medicine for this one the symptoms have not gone away. I ve had this feeling since summer now and im really starting to get depressed cause I feel like its never going to go away. I need answers
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have chronic UTI since last 6 months.You have been taking antibiotics for the same However you have not recovered completely.P
Please consult qualified Urologist for proper evaluation .Get your Urine culture and sensitivity done to trace out the organism causing this infection and start taking appropriate antibiotics along with. some Urinary antispasmodics like Oxybutinine for couple of days to overcome Urgency.after discussing with Urologist
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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