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Vaginal pain, burning sensation, radiating to lower back. Medication taken for bladder infection. Cure?

I was being treated for a bladder infection for a week, when I went to urologist on fri. they said i don t have a bladder infection. But the pain in my vaginal area is still there & getting worse, with pressure & constant burning. It has now radiated to my entire lower back when I sit down. I won t have any money on my credit card until midnight tonight.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Hello pchauvin97,

Welcome to the forum. Your symptoms are indicative of urinary tract infection. You need to have a urine test done ( routine and culture sensitivity ) to get well faster. UTI infections usually present with burning sensation, pain and if left untreated they slowly affect the bladder, make you febrile and condition may get worse.

You need to visit an emergency room, you need antibiotics, analgesics, dietary supplements. You should drink plenty of pure hygienic water, soups, juice and oral re-hydrating fluids. Do not hold urine for long, release it as soon as you get the pressure.

UTI infections take time ( 7-10 days ) to get better. They may also weaken you. Take proper care of your diet, eat nutritious food rich in protein, vitamins and antioxidants. Take a lot of cereals, dairy products, berries and fruits.

Get admitted and treated in a hospital if you need faster relief from the symptoms. You need IV fluids, antibiotics and much care. Have a good day.
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