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A few questions first to clarify your concern:1. how much water do you drink per day?
2. How much caffiene (soda, tea, coffee, energy drinks, etc. ) per day?
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It sounds like you have a urinary tract infection (UTI) which occurs most often when a woman gets behind on her water intake. While you are drinking green tea, the caffeine content is resulting in diminished water for the body to do its job. This is the most common cause of UTI in woman.
A UTI may require antibiotic treatment if not caught early. However if you start drinking water, and not green tea or other caffeinated products you may be able to clear the infection by diluting the bladder liquid. If you don't feel better in a day or so then you may need to take antibiotics. You should start drinking ranberry juice which will acidify the urine and also help to reduce the bacteria.
It is important to remember there are always some bacteria in the bladder, so you need to regular rinse it by having enough water in your system. If your pain increases, or if cramping occurs then a urine exam is needed with probable antibiotic treatment
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Correction: start drinking cranberry juice .....
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