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Burning urination, dysuria, frequent urination, pain in fossa. Guidance?

hi.. im ishwari from malaysia. i would like to get a consultation. i ve been having frequent UTI for the past few months. i recently visited a GP doctor at a clinic here. he did a urine dipstick n found that my leucocytes 500.... i was prescribed antibiotics unasyn 1 bd for 3 days. My symptoms subsided a few day n now its back again. burning sensation during urination , dysuria ,frq urination. but since the past few days im having this pain which started at my rt iliac fossa n radiating to my suprapubic. Pain felt esp when i urinate or give any stress to my abdomen. no fever, no haematuria... but i do get this water retention problem where sumtimes i feel bloated. i am getting worried. pls guide me.tq
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Hi Ms Ishwari
Recurrence of symptoms in a short time could mean -
The original infection was not completely cleared - the bacteria was only partially sensitive or the duration of of treatment was not long enough to clear it. Also there may be an underlying condition. Absence of blood or pain does not rule it out - a stone may not cause pain until it moves, obstructs and so on. You may have contributing gynecological problems.

The best option is to see urologist.

Hold antibiotic until you get urine culture and sensitivity test results
Do blood tests - cell count, sugar and kidney function
Try to have scan of KUB (Kidney - Ureter-Bladder)
Drink plenty of water

Take care
Wishing you speedy recovery
Good luck
Answered: Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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