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Suggest remedy for frequent urination

Hello sir, I have been suffering from frequent urine for last two months, I have to go to pee at every half an hour or an during day, I have done sonography test and blood test which shows normal, I met urologist and got test for hesitancy in urine but all reports are normal except urine report which shows pus cells 4-5, epithelial 5-10 every time, I have done this report more than 5 times in two months. I found albumin : present (trace) in yesterday s report for the first time, I took many antibiotic for suspected infection in last two months but all in vein, please suggest me something.
Mon, 3 Aug 2015
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Dear- thanks for using our service, I understand your frustration because your infection did not respond to the antibiotics. The most important thing is to get an urine sample for culture and sensitivity (U/S) on which we can identify the bacteria and the antibiotics that will kill it. Sometimes we get antibiotics that the bacteria are not sensitive and that is why the infection takes longer to subside. If you still having recurrent infection after an adequate antibiotic treatment, you might need a cystoscopy to check for urethral strictures,kidney stones or bladder incompetence.
I hope that my advise has been helpful
Dr.JC
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Suggest remedy for frequent urination

Dear- thanks for using our service, I understand your frustration because your infection did not respond to the antibiotics. The most important thing is to get an urine sample for culture and sensitivity (U/S) on which we can identify the bacteria and the antibiotics that will kill it. Sometimes we get antibiotics that the bacteria are not sensitive and that is why the infection takes longer to subside. If you still having recurrent infection after an adequate antibiotic treatment, you might need a cystoscopy to check for urethral strictures,kidney stones or bladder incompetence. I hope that my advise has been helpful Dr.JC