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Back pain, fever. Have UTI. At what point do I go back to the doctor?

diagnosed with uti 2 days ago. symptoms stared 6 days ago. started cypro 2 days ago. fever 101 for 3 days...not sure what it is now, have no way of checking accurately. have severe back pain , abdomen ..hips.. legs...calves..shins..ankles...hands..shoulders..neck..head...behind eyes(probably from crying)..all hurt very much and are at times very week. Pain meds are helping. At what point do I go back to the doctor. at times the pain is unbearable, but i feel i have small improvement since yesterday.
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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you have been diagnosed with UTI 2 days back and you are on medication with little improvement.
Is your urine examined and culture obtained.If yes,then you have to visit your doc for a followup in a day or two to check for sensitivity status and change of antibiotic if needed.Also if the fever does not subside and symptoms persist,an immediate consultation is adviced.
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Answered: Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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