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Frequent urination, pricking sensation, bladder pain, fatigue, nausea, blood pressure, anxiety attacks. Solution for urinary problems?

I have frequent urination , and it feels like razor blades when i urinate and this just started. I have bladder pain. I am very fatigue . I was put on Elmiron in 2008 but didnt know why? Im nauseated often. I have high blood pressure and anxiety attacks every now and then. I have had kidney problems when I was younger. I had flank pain so bad i had to roll out the bed. I hope you can help me. I have been diagnosed and treated for a UTI but still having problems. Thanks in Advance Ms.Louisiana
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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Welcome to HCM.
Elmiron is used to treat a condition called INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS.
This current problem may be due to that or can be kidney infection and associated stone disease.
Only clinical evaluation followed by serial tests like urinalysis and scan can help.
Pls take medical advice asap.
Best regards
Answered: Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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