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General malaise,drank too much. How long will I be feeling run down?

I went to med press, yesterday, diagnosed with a uti , waiting for the culture to come back. no fever , back aches, etc, in good general health. have me on macro something and a pill that makes you pee orange. feel a little better, but very weak and tired, general malaise . Walked a little this morning. I have had weird dreams since this started 2 days ago. Knew I had something last week down there, but had a wedding, drank to much, then bang. How long will I be feeling so run down. Will see my doc in a day or two if not up to snuff soon, MM
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Hi there,
Welcome to HCM.
You have been diagnosed with UTI and have been put on treatment. This weakness could be due to the medications you are taking.I suggest you drink lots of water which will flush out the infection to some extent. Wait for the culture results and let your doctor decide further course of action. Rest is the best medication for now. Thanks.
Answered: Wed, 25 Sep 2013
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