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Taken antibiotics for bladder infection. Ultrasound normal. Pressure in lower pelvic area, frequent urination, burning in urethra

I had a bladder infection in July and was given antibiotics, cipro XL, for 10 days. After taking the antibiotics I continued to feel symptoms. I ended up going to the ER and was told that there was no infection but that maybe 1 was starting so I was given Keller for 7 days. After taking this course of treatment I continued to feel the symptoms. I had an intravaginal and pelvic ultrasound, kidney X-ray , cystoscopy , and all have come back very normal. I still however don t feel back to normal. I have pressure in the lower pelvic area and feel he need to urinate more often. I also feel a burning sensation in the urethra area. What else can this be?
Asked On : Sun, 18 Nov 2012
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Dear Patient
With the discription of your symptoms and all investigations being normal this appear that you are suffering from over active bladder. You can discuss about this with your urologist. He can prescribe some anticholinergic.
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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