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Why am I getting pain while passing urine ?

age 30,female,currently on homeoapathy ,suffering with urinary pain since last 3years.culture test done no positive results,no growth of any bacteria .severely burning and piercing pain while urination.sometimes it aggrevates by sitting on hard surfaces for a long time,pain starts anytime abruptly and if i lye down it disappears.dont know what it is,checked with lots of urologists .they dont have any solution to this .some said urethritis or , vaginitis .donnt know what to do??plz. help someone.
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jul 2011
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You could be having Urethral syndrome where there is no infection but severe pain. The reason is intermittent spasm and narrowing of the muscles of bladder and urethral sphincter causing inability to relax and severe pain. The cause could be due to bladder interstitial cystitis which won't be shown in urine test and needs cystoscopy. It could be due to nerve irritation also. It is associated with anxiety, depression and seen in women of 13-70 years of age. Eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables to ankalinise the urine and reduce symptoms. Treatment will include proper diagnosis first, following which anti-spasmodics, muscle relaxants, anaesthetics will help. Consult your Urologist on these possibilities as there are many ways to relieve your pain.
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