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Recurring cystysis, had taken treatment, have difficulty in urinating, pain on right side. Why hasn't the infection subsided?

hello a pleasant day Doctor.. My query is about my infection in the bladder , the lab test result is was a cystysis, i already taken last July 15, 2012 a 12 days of antibiotic , but it was recurrence again this August 15 till i was hospitalzed due to fever that cause of cystysis...then last September 05, i still had the infection, and took again 7 days anti biotic, and this morning i took a urine test, and still having a hard to time to urinate and with a little pain on my right side.. why untill now the infection never gone? thank you very much and hear from you,. Sonia
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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Hi, Sonichizz,
Thanks for query.
as you get redcurrant infection in your bladder and you have to go for various antibiotics.What I suggest is go for urine test for organism and culture and sensitivity test as well.
By this test you will come to know the bacteria causing infection and antibiotics working against them.
So after culture and sensitivity report go for the treatment accordingly for long time.
This will give permanent cure.
take plenty of water.
Ok and bye.
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