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I don’t know which type of doctor I need. Painful urination.

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Second opinion] I don’t know which type of doctor I need.
JA: What are your symptoms? Have you used any medication for this?
Customer: Painful urination. A feeling of pressure/aching. Tested for STI’s, UTI and both were negative. Have taken diflucan, flagyl, and cipro with no relief
JA: Have you used anything besides Cipro for this?
Customer: Flagyl
JA: Anything else in your medical history you think the doctor should know?
Customer: Diflucan
Submitted: 8 months ago.
Category: Medical
Customer: replied 8 months ago.
Feels like pressure, not really painful persay. More frequent urination. Pain in my lower abdomen that almost feels like I’m ovulating but I don’t if it is that or related to the discomfort I feel in my bladder.
Expert:  Sumanth Amperayani replied 8 months ago.

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Expert:  Sumanth Amperayani replied 8 months ago.

Hi...I understand your concern. By what you say and from the symptoms analysis, I feel that you are having an inflammation of the urinary bladder or cystitis in medical terms.

The symptom urge to frequently urinate is due to concentrated and sometimes acidic urine and strangury.

I suggest -

1. Drink lots of water and keep yourself well hydrated (at lease 3-4 liters per day). This is for prevention.

2. The other option is taking Di sodium Hydrogen Citrate suspension available as Suspension Citralka. You can take 5ml thrice a day for a week and this will settle.

3. Home remedy is - 1 glass of thick sugar solution followed by 3-4 glasses of plain water and you will be relieved in few hours please.

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Customer: replied 8 months ago.
Is this something that I can fix on my own or should I be going to see a urologist
Customer: replied 8 months ago.
It’s been like this for a month. Hasn’t gotten better nor has it gotten worse.
Expert:  Sumanth Amperayani replied 8 months ago.

I suggest that you follow the suggestion number 1 and 3 by yourself at home and within 24 hours if you do not get any respite, I suggest you can have a urologist consultation please.

But... Just now I have received your information that it has been like this for a month. This means that we are dealing with cystitis which has been chronic because of viral infection. Urine culture will not show anything as this is not bacterial in origin.

You can try suggestion number 2 if this is an over the counter medication in USA. But if you have already used it in vain, then I suggest you consult an Urologist please.