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Pain in genital area while sleeping. Taking urofit, pantoprazole, temporary relief. Permanent cure?

i have pain in the genital area especially during sleep, i had consulted doctor & he prescribed of taking UROFIT AND PANTOPRAZOLE ,after taking these medicine i get relaxed from pain and i have bee taking these medicine for a month abt 10ml by dissolving in water. but it persists if i did not take for one week.Sir, can anyone suggest me how effective these problem ,& how can i get cured......
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Hello user,
The symptoms you are having is due to UTI i.e. urinary tract infection. The drug urofit is a urine alkaliser and soothing agent, it will reduce the inflammation but will not cure the actual cause of the disease which is due to Bacterial infection.
You are hereby advised to visit a nearby General Physician and get your urine test done, to confirm the disease and start antibiotics according to urine culture report.

hope my info helped you
Dr Hari Om Chandrakar
Answered: Sat, 29 Jun 2013
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