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Blood in urine a week ago, now pain while urinating

i had blood in my urine exactly a week ago and it was very very painful, especially the last few drops of urine. This happened only a few times on that day until i got the syrup CITRALKA. i have been taking two tespns of that 3 times a day. I got my periods after that and its over today. i have started taking amoxillin 250mg two times a day. one i the morning and one at night,along with citralka planning to continue it for 5 days. My problem is if i skip the citralka even once my pain returns but no blood - only pain when i urinate. I am very normal at other times - no body ache,nothing. I have been drinking 5 to 6 litres of water since last week and also having lots of oranges and having food items without sugar and very less salt, mostly buttermilk with rice all the time. i will continue the amoxillin for 3 days from now and stop citralka if the pain still persisits i will immediately go to and get the urine test question is when do i stop citralka and when am i going to be alright???
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
It seems that you are having acute urinary tract infection.
Take amoxicilin thrice a day instead of twice.
If you miss cytralka,nothing to worrybut it is better to continue.
If problem persisted then you may go for sonography to rule out kidney stones.
Avoid fried and junk food.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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