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Continuous dull pain in lower back, sweating, fever, borderline urine infection. How can I fix it?

hi i am i 51year old woman who was very poorly last weekend . temp 103 felt rubbish! went doctor monday said i had a possiable urine/ bladder infection . Took a sample to came back border line . but i just cant seem to shift this nagging dull pain from my lower back!! driving me crazy . plus still sweeting quite a bit but no temperature . ANY ADVISE TO CLEAR IT PLEASE .
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Dear, welcome to HCM.
you clearly seem to have a bad (notborderline )UTI, urinary infection.
You need to do a good urine routine and culture, start appropriate antibiotics, ultrasound exam of KUB, blood labs etc.
see your doc . and keep me informed. do not neglect. you may be required to be admitted.

in the mean time can contue paracetamol for fever pain and chewable ondansetron for nausea.
wish you get well soon.
Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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