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Urinary tract infection, pains, feels like contractions, not pregnant

Im not pregnant . I did go to the Dr and they diagnosed me with a UTI . I have had UTI s before. But this one is extremely painful. I feel like I m having contractions. I ve had 2 kids & my youngest I had all natural. No meds so I know what a contraction feels like. I feel my kidneys not right either. What do u believe is wrong? Please help me doctors
Asked On : Fri, 13 Apr 2012
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Uti ascending to the bladder causes cystitis which is extremely painful and may come in waves causing a contraction kind of a feeling especially just after passing urine. In females Uti is quite common to recur. According to me first you should get a Urine routine and microscopy examination to rule out infection and if required should get a culture and senstivity for the same and then medication should be started for the infection depending on the senstivity of the organism. Meanwhile plenty of water to flush off the bacteria should be taken.
Answered: Fri, 25 May 2012
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