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RBC in urine, extremely painful while urinating, frequent urination. Took Doxy-1, Citralka. Any natural remedies ?

I have been diagnisied with RBC count (1-2) in urine . Its extremely painful (burning sensation) while urinating. Symptoms include frequent urinating, and especially if I wear any tight pants around the waist on bladder area , the need for urinating airises immediately. So far, I have been using antibiotic(Doxy-1) for last 5 days and a syrup (Citralka). Please suggest natural way of reducing the count. Also, kindly suggest if I have to undergo any additional tests.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
RBC 1-2 is normal in urine. YOU need further evaluation if RBC more than 5. So there is no need to reduce the count.
Pls take antibiotic as reported in the culture test.
Tight undergarments can compress a sensitive bladder to cause frequent urination.
Try loose pants till you get better.

Answered: Fri, 26 Oct 2012
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