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I had kidney infection (because of urinary infection) in January

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Posted on Sat, 16 Mar 2019
Question: I had kidney infection (because of urinary infection) in January and was admitted for the same. On February 14th I had intercourse and took medicine (ipill) on the same day but my medicine for kidney infection is still going on. After taking ipill I am facing Frequent urination and pain while I pee. This happened when I had urinary infection.
What is the matter?
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Answered by Dr. Vasudha Jayant Athavale (3 hours later)
Brief Answer:
can be local stress due to sex/ reinfection . Needs prompt action

Detailed Answer:
Hi XXXXXXX Tiwari 13,
Thanks k you for the query. I understand your concern .
I pill is not known to cause frequency or pain in urination.... it seems to be after the sexual act( friction/irritation of passage /reinfection)
You should be -
-careful about genital hygiene
-start taking the alkaline syrup(like Cital) along with customers pills over the counter immediately.
- See your treating doctor for necessary investigations&preventive treatment earliest.
I hope you get the point.
For any more information please ask...I would like to answer.
Thanks.

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Brief Answer: can be local stress due to sex/ reinfection . Needs prompt action Detailed Answer: Hi XXXXXXX Tiwari 13, Thanks k you for the query. I understand your concern . I pill is not known to cause frequency or pain in urination.... it seems to be after the sexual act( friction/irritation of passage /reinfection) You should be - -careful about genital hygiene -start taking the alkaline syrup(like Cital) along with customers pills over the counter immediately. - See your treating doctor for necessary investigations&preventive treatment earliest. I hope you get the point. For any more information please ask...I would like to answer. Thanks.