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Suffering from UTI. Frequent urination. Sonography showing kidney stone. Taken ciprofloxacine. Further medications?

Hi .I ve been suffering from UTI for the past 48 hours.I ve used Phenazopyridin to stop the pain but not useful much -I ve also done the kidney Sonography and they suspect of kidney stone in size of 3 mm.I also used ciprofloxacine sine morning but every 2 minutes I need to urinate -Is there any other medications to make the situation better till I visit my nurologist ?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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You should get a urine re/me and urine c/s test done to know the organism causing the infection and the antibiotic it will respond to. In the meanwhile, since you have already started taking ciprofloxacin, you may continue it morning and evening, take meftal spa or dicyclomine for the pain, drink plenty of water and take alkasol syrup. You must consult you urologist as he/she will advise you further on kidney stones also.
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