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Bladder infection and uti, on store-brand treatment, having abdominal cramps, cloudy urine, feels nausea, dizzy

Hi recently I have been ill and have been into my doctor. First for UTI , and bladder infection (for which I was given an antibiotic), then for strep throat and an accompanying rash that my doctor could not identify. Both were gone once I finished my antibiotics, however within a week I had itching associated with yeast infection . I bought a store-brand treatment and the medicine gave me severe abdominal cramps and crippling nausea. I stopped the treatment. This was a month ago. Today I noticed my urine was cloudy, and had an oily appearance. I also have severe pain in my back and constant dizziness.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Thanks for writing to healthcare magic.
Could be fungal infection or persistent UTI
Need urine culture and microscopy to identify the cause
Drink plenty of liquids too
Dont worry
Wishing you great health
Have a pleasant day
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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