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Continuously experiencing lower back, belly pain, headache, dizziness, frequent urination, tiredness. What do the symptoms mean?

Hi, could u please answer my question. thanks xx For the last two-three weeks i have been getting a list of symptoms which include: feeling sick / being sick lower back pain lower belly pain headaches feeling dizzy urinating a lot more then usual and tiredness (i sleep for about 6-8 hours a night but i am constantly tired throughout the day) could u please tell me what these symptoms might mean?? x Thank you :) xx
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Hi..brimson ..The above symptoms are suggestive of UTI(urinary tract infection)
because of UTI you will have fever, generalized body-ache, tiredness, increased urination..
you must be treated with antibiotics..consult physician..

Take care..
Answered: Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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