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Unbearable sharp pain in urinary bladder that remains for long due to holding up at nights. What to do ?

When I hold a wee at night time, not knowing that i I m because I m asleep when I wake up & finally go it really hurts like a unbearable sharp pain & stays for about half hour to a hour only normally occurs in the morning after I ve been asleep. Although it has occurred once or twice during the day but not all my wees hurt afterwards everytime but when I have a attack so to speak its unbearable. I ve had two different types of antiboctics as the doctor thought it was a infection of some sort & it s still niggling & I ve had another attack this morning? I have also previously had blood/cells in my urine! Help! Really don t know why I keep getting these attacks is it happening cause I m holding my wee for a short period of time or long time when at night?! Fed up with being in agony, & getting told its a infection when clearly its not as antiboctics hasn t touched it & nor do I have it every minute of the day it s attacks of it?!
Asked On : Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have severe pain in lower abdomen on holding your urine for a long time especially in the morning.
This is most likely to be due to bladder spasm which commonly occurs on holding on urine for long time.
Please get your routine urine analysis and culture done to rule out infection.

Please take urinary anti spamodics like Oxybutinine twice daily for 2 weeks.

Get the prescription of medicines from your family Physician.

Answered: Sat, 3 Aug 2013
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