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Urge to urinate, no burning, no cyst. UTI without pain?

Hi, I ve recently been having the constant urge to bladder is full, even after i pee and only a little comes out. I was tested back in may for urine culture but they never called me back, so i assume they didn t find bacteria, and i ve had uti before, but this time it doesn t burn when i pee, i just have the feeling as pressure in my bladder, and that i should be its annoying. I had an ultra sound performed in may on lower ab because i had pain, which went away and they didnt see a cyst, could i have a uti without pain, or could this be something more
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
You have cystitis.
Recurrent Urinary infection leads to cystitis where you do not have symptoms like burning while passing urine.
The reason of recurrent UTI is urinary stone,Low intake of water,high sugar level,resistant infections etc.
Try to Diagnose the reason.
You should confirm after treatment that you should have no infection.
Answered: Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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