A 27-year-old male asked:
my doctor prescribed me a syrup(alkasol) to clear urinary tract infection .is this what causing me to urinate frequently?
1 doctor answer
Dr. Ahmed Seman answered
23 years experience Internal Medicine
Possibly UTI: Increased frequency of urination is is not the common adverse effect of sodium citrate.Given that your doctor has told you that you have urinary tract infection, increased frequency is most likely due to your urinary tract infection get treated with antibiotics, and get urine analysis and culture advised hydration also. Drink 1-3lit water/d urine a. And culture neg, check 4 other causes. Be well.
Answered on Jan 5, 2019
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