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Urination stopped, mild fever, urge to urinate, bladder pain. Taken cetzine, combiflam. Cure?

Since last night Urination has stopped. I was having sensation for Urination but hardly one or two drops came out After that i took combiflam and anti-allergic tab called cetzine. When i woke up after 6 hours of sound sleep i am not having any sensation for Urination and bladder area pain is there. Not urinated for 8 hours and hardly 7-8 drops in earlier 8 hours. Have drunk sufficient water. Temperature is 100 C.
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Dear Buchhardikca,
Its not a good idea to take cetrizine when there is urinary problem as it would reduce the urine volume further. Just take plain paracetamol for fever and visit a nearby hospital to see a general surgeon or urologist. You might want to tell your age as it would happen more commonly in older age groups.

Warm regards
Dr Bharath Rao
Answered: Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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