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Taking Suplfa antibiotic for UTI, test all normal, lower abdominal pain, constant, aggravating, taking live culture yogurt, probiotics

What is the treatment for taking a suplfa antibiotic for a UTI and the drug killing all the good bacteria along with the bad? I have had all kinds of tests and everything comes back normal. I am having lower abdominal pain which will move to my right side and to my back. Doesn t bother me one bit when I lay down. Been suffering for about 3 1/2 months with this. Never gets any worse just constant and aggravating. Eating lots of live culture yogurt and taking probiotics.
Asked On : Tue, 22 May 2012
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from the history it is likely that you may have some urinary stone present .
please get a plain x-ray /abdomen abdomen done for k u b done.
An U S G exam will also be helpful.
Please discuss with your doctor and get proper treatment
Answered: Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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