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Suffering from frequent urination, increased urge to urinate, tenderness in bladder. Causes for symptoms?

For the last few days I have had an issue with urinating frequently. Afterwards it feels like there is urine constantly ready to come out. This lasts for hours until I forget about it. Also, on occasion my bladder feels tender as though I ve held my urine for a while. My urine did have an odd Oder a couple times. Maybe stronger than usual but only a couple times.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Mar 2013
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Thanks for your query.

you did not mention your age, well you are probably suffering from Urinary Tract Infection. In this patient usually has cloudy/bloody urine (may be with foul smelling),some times low grade fever, burning urination,strong will to urinate even after the bladder has been emptied.

following test may be performed:

urine analysis + Urine Culture

CBC and blood culture

after you get your test results your doctor can prescribe you antibiotics.

Hope it helps.

Take care!
Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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