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Abdominal pain, hot flashes, dizziness, nausea. Taking medication for UTI. Urine sample shows blood. Treatment?

hi ive been getting sevre lower abdominal pains and hot flashes and dizzy and nausera spells. i was told it was a urine tract infection and was given antibiotics . they have not helped im still in extreme pain and ther was no trace of bacteria in my urine sample but there was traces of blood but there was no blood in the urine sample
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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You should drink water a lot.
Have a urine sample again for routine examination and for culture sensitivity to have some pus cells and blood
Do an ultrasonography for kidneys ureter and bladder to rule out any obstruction.
For acute relief of pain have a pain killer injection for that that can relief acute attack of pain
If u have any pus cells in urine and show specifity to antibiotic for that to relief of your pain.

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Dr. Azhar Sattar
Answered: Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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