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Have UTI from strepcoccus. On antibiotics. Pain and bleeding after passing urine. Need further tests? Have kidney stones

I passed a Kidney stone about 3 weeks ago, 5 days later got a uti form Strepcoccus. Dr here in Japan put me on 10 day antibiotics treatment. after 9 days of antibiotics I still have pain at the end of passing urine follow by small blood clot this morning. Going back on Monday to ask if I need more antibiotics, should I ask for some other test ? YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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good day!

I would recommend doing a urine culture and sensitivity testing to identify the bacteria and determine what antibiotic are appropriate. I would also recommend doing an Ultrasound of the kidneys to determine if there are other stones in your kidneys.

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Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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