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Forum Name: Urinary tract infections
Question: urethrodynia disorder
|chand - Fri May 15, 2009 4:56 am||
Am 24 yrs old female. past 3 years am suffering from UTI like symptoms but after complete diagnosis for more than 6 times there are no confirmative report
no kidney stones in x- ray
ultra sound shows no bladder infection,normal ovary & kindney
urine culture analysis normal
current frquency is every 3 weeks
there is pain in the urethra,stinging,burning urination,pain in lower abdomen.
from past one year when ever i get this problem i take only one NORFLOX and am fine symptoms subside in a hour.
earlier i was on full course of antibiotics for 4 to 5 time.but it keeps recurring.
i was advised to take gabapentine but was not sure if this is the right option.
i do not suffer from any other health issues.
kindly help me put an end to this strange disorder.
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Mon Sep 07, 2009 3:08 am||
Hello,Recurrent UTI are quite common,especially in women.To avoid drink plenty of water,and you must not hold urine for too long and void at the earliest.Short course of antibiotic at the beginning of symptoms is a statergy adopted.In higly persistent infections certain tests like cystoscopy,IVP may be recommended.Best wishes.
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