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I still find it hard to pass urine normally. Does this drip have anything to do with my urinary disorder ?

Hello, I m 22 yr/f. I ve been having urinary disorders for about 8 months.I had UTI for a long time and took lots of antibiotics and my last urine culture showed no bacteria or other problems. but, i still find it hard to pass urine normally.i have to press my abdomen to empty my bladder and i usually can t completely empty it so i need to go to the toilet again shortly, plus I can see thick mucus in my urine, which I feel, causes me this inability to empty my bladder.I have this case mostly when I have excessive post-nasal drip due t sinusitis.does this drip have anything to do with my urinary disorder?or can it be due to some genital tract infection?I have ascariasis too.thanks a lot and sorry for the long query.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Oct 2011
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Hello.welcomeYour sinusitis and ascariasis problem are different things and they have nothing to do with your urinary had long standing UTI for which you have taken treatment and recent culture shows no infection.Get an ultrasound abdomen done to rule out any urinary abnormality.Drink plenty of water and take regular alkalizer to keep your urine alkaline.Keep checking urine for microscopy at regular intervals.Gradually you will be alright.Good luck.
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