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Took antibiotics. Got thrush. Burning during urination. Used creams, Difflucan. No improvement. See the doctor?

HI there i am a 28year old female i was on an antibiotic for an ear infection about 8 weeks ago and got thrush after the antibiotic, i got diflucan used creams and pessary.for the past five weeks i have burning when i urinate and urge to go alot and especially at night 5-6 times and still feel burning. Iwas at the doctor he said i had no infection show up in my urine so i got sachets for cysitis, it still has not cleared and i have white particles floating in my urine. I also work in healthcare so used the reagent stips for urinalysis and blood has showed up the last two weeks in my urine but no infection. I suspect i still have cystitis or maybe a yeast infection. should i return to my doctor?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Mar 2013
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Thanks for posting your query on health care magic.
I suggest you to repeat urine examination.
Antispasmodic and urine alkalizer can help.
Antibiotics for UTI.
Drink lot of water and citrus fruits.
Consult a doctor for prescription
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sun, 11 Aug 2013
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