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Could AZO work for urinary tract infection?

Hello, experiencing some frequent urination went to the doctor and the physicians assistant says there are no signs of urinary tract infection. However, I am still running to the bathroom. Would AZO work for urinary tract infection and will it clear one up. Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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Thank You for consulting HealthcareMagic!

Apart from causes like Urinary tract infection there are
conditions like diabetes, renal stones or some other endocrinal problems
which cause frequent urination

You need few blood tests and complete urine exam for proper assessment.

However, a Physical examination is mandatory to assess this since there are variety of other causes that needs to be ruled out.

If the diagnosis is established, then treatment would be much easier.

Stay healthy and thank you for consulting! Please follow up, if you need clarifications.
Answered: Wed, 5 Feb 2014
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