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Frequent urge for urination. Do I have UTI? Can I take Klaricid?

Hi, i am facing an urgent situation. I probably have got a UTIs ( buring feeling when i pie, feeling of urgency, frequently go to the loo, and pain in by belly downwards). This has happened me before and i got Norocin and I was cured. The proble is that I am tourist in NY, its 12.00 at night and i cant get this medicine until a doctor prescribes it whici is tomorrow. I cant stand the symptoms till tomorrow Nd the only antibiotics i have with me are Klaricid ( clarithromycin ) . Do they work in UTIs? Please i would appreciate your prompt reply
Asked On : Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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Jul 2016

Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have Acute UTi .Please take antibiotics which you have now along with some pain killer if available with you.

Ensure to drink more water.

Get your routine urine test and ultrasound scanning done tomorrow.

Consult qualified urologist for clinical evaluation and further treatment

Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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