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Urinary tract infection, often passes urine at nights - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hi, i have a problem with peeing. i went to the bathroom several times yesterday night evry time i went i peed a little and came back to bed and went to bed and had to go again it was like that for the next 5hrs until i finially fell asleep.i was sleeping in a pad so i wouldnt have to get up each time. this has happened before and today in thee morning i was going fine. whats wrong with me
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
Doctor :   Let me read the query
Doctor :   Your age?
User :   23
Doctor :   Ok

User :   and im a female
Doctor :   Do you have associated burning sensation
User :   when i peed yesterday yes
Doctor :   I guess you have an Urinary tract infection

Doctor :   These symptoms are more related to it
Doctor :   You will require a course of antibiotics
Doctor :   Plenty of luids
Doctor :   And avoid sexual activity if so for a while till the antibiotic course is completed
Doctor :   You can still opt if using barrier methods
Doctor :   And do you have any discharge?
User :   okay but it i am peeing normally today
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Did you consume spicy food/ alcohol in excess day before the complaints
User :   yes
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   That might have also triggered burning sensation follwoing dehydration caused by alcohol
Doctor :   when there is dehydration the urine remains concentrated which causes burning sensation
Doctor :   And regarding frequency of micturation will suspect an urinary tratc infection
Doctor :   So would suggest you to get an Urine analysis done
User :   the problem is that i have no insurence
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   As for now keep your self hydrated well
Doctor :   And avoid spicy food and alcohol for a while to avoid further attcks
Doctor :   And antibiotics concerned i can mention but you will require an prescription for the same
User :   a few years ago my doctor gave me this medicine that changed the color of my urine and it made me feel much better
Doctor :   Can you name it
User :   i dont remeber the name but it changed the color of my urine to a bright color
User :   like a bright orange
Doctor :   I can suggest if you name the medicine
User :   im srry i dont remember
Doctor :   I should also know the reason why the drug was prescribed ti help you better
Doctor :   Probably could be an alkalizing agent
Doctor :   Which neutralises the acidity of urine
User :   well the same reason as yesterday i was peeing constantly i felt like i had to pee but evrytime i went only a littke came out
Doctor :   See in that case it probably an sodium bicarbonate i guess so
Doctor :   But how will you mange to get one without prescription?
User :   a few yrs ago i still had insurence
Doctor :   I meant for now
User :   idk, is there anything over the counter that i could take
Doctor :   Sorry there no drugs as OTC
Doctor :   For the condition specified
User :   okay thank u
Doctor :   You are welcome

User :   have a good day
Doctor :   Rather keep hydrated well and avoid alcohol or moderate usage will reduce symptoms
Doctor :   Wishing you speedy recovery
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye for now
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