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Heavy burning sensation in stomach, pain during urination and bowel movement. Chances of UTI?

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31 yrs old Female, mother of a 4 yrs old. Started with a heavy burning sensation in the stomach (Had a very spicy food the previous day), ended with pain during urination. Lower abdomen pained once during bowl movement. Am I catching UTI again as I did have it 2 weeks back. Please advice. Thanks.
Posted Wed, 16 Oct 2013 in Digestion and Bowels
Answered by Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar 40 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Yes there is chance of UTI

Detailed Answer:

The following could be the reasons:
1) Acute Gastritis relieves on GELUSIL antacid syrup whenever it pains. Add Proton pumps like Omeprazole 40 mg once a day before breakfast for 5 days.
2) Dehydration - Ample ORS (Electral) salts four times a day with 200ml of water.
3) Recurrence of UTI - You need to visit the doctor for confirmation and extended course of antibiotics

Hope this is clear, you can try the first two before meeting the doctor about the third.
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