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Pain on urinating, bleeding, back and abdominal pain. Taking antibiotics. Treatment?

My question is would i have to go to the dr to get check out i been having alot of pain when i urine and wiped light spot of blood so i started taking antibiotics called amoxicilina with a tea that took it away for few days then it came back today again with the same pain and back pain and abdomen pain what do you think its wrong i dont have any insurance thats why i havent been seen by a doctor should i take this pills again with the teas and cranberry juice
Asked On : Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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So you should do
1. Urine for R/E, M/E
2. Urine for culture sensitivity.
Urine R/E, M/E will confirm the diagnosis.
Culture Sensitivity will help in choosing the proper antibiotic.
(not all anti biotic works on all bacteria, there may be resistance to particular anti biotic)
so you should consult a doctor.
Answered: Tue, 16 Oct 2012
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