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Bladder fullness, lower back pain, frequent urination, black spots in stools. Taking ciprofloxacin. Cure for symptoms?

Doctor, for the last week or so my bladder has felt like its been full all the time. I went to the doctor and he prescribed me ciprofloxacin . So far (after 3 days) it has not removed the problem. Occasionally my lower back aches as well. It does not hurt at all when I urinate but I have been to the toilet regularly. This morning I checked my stool and it was brown coloured with black spots. It also contained black spots. Can you advise me please.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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i would suggest before you take the ciprofloxacin you need to investigated to what is the problem,
you need to get a urine test done, an ultrasound done,
if you have an anal swelling then the blood you are noticing could be from hemoorhoids you might be suffering from.
if your a male then we need to rule out any problem with prostate.
if you having blackish stool then we need to rule out ulcers as well.
if no anal swelling then we need to investigate if the bleeding is coming from the intestines due to ulcers or inflammation or mass that is bleeding
so would suggest you see a specialist to do a proper checkup and give treatment to the cause found.
hope to have answered your query
get well soon.
Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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