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Experience:  I am fellowship trained specializing in general urology and reconstructive urology.
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My MRI pelvis says that bladder is unremarkable.But before i

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Hello! My MRI pelvis says that bladder is unremarkable.But before i had UTI. And now I got like OAB.Doctor wants to do procedure under camera to see whats wrong.my questoin is OAB can be result of UTI and why this is so long time,more than a month.What its mean unremarkable? Thank you for the answer.
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Customer: I had UTI and than after like one week or two i start feeling that i want to use bahtroom all the time. Doctor gave me pills for OAB,it helping but not too much.Actually i had 10 years ago Vaginal Hysterectomy and pelvis floor repair and my UTI started to repeat.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Urology
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Can you please give me advice how to avoid getting repited UTI. I am suffering from this.
Expert:  Dr. Y. replied 1 year ago.

UTIs can cause bladder spasms and this is the same sensation people get who have OAB. If you keep getting repeated UTIs, you need to get in to see a urologist to look in the bladder by cystoscopy to evaluate for causes of infection.