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hi i was wondering if these sound like the symptoms of a urinary tract infection or of something else. it hurts to urinate and my bladder feels like it is always full. even when i'm not urinating sometimes it hurts and burns. also i have some back pains a

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Dr. Louis Reznick
50 years experience Family Medicine
Blood : Blood in the urine means stones, or infection, or tumor or combinations thereof. Fever makes infection more likely, pain makes a stone more likely, & no pain & no fever makes tumor more likely. See your doctor & provide him a urine sample as nitrates in the urine make infection more likely and can be treated with antibiotics to relieve your symptoms quickly.
Answered on Sep 6, 2020
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Dr. Michael Ein
47 years experience Infectious Disease
UTI/Yes: It sounds like you have bacterial cystitis and possibly pyelonephritis. You may be experiencing some post voiding urinary retention. You need a urinalysis, urine culture and bladder/renal ultrasound. You will need to be treated with a 10-14 day course of antibiotics. Get seen by your md. Hope you fell better soon.
Answered on Feb 22, 2020

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Dr. Joseph Woods
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No problem,,: It appears from what you're saying that you don't have any problem. If there was pain on urination, etc., then thee might be a problem. Stay well.
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Dr. Robert Killian
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UTI is bacterial: Nope. This is most likely a new infection with a bacteria and not a ringworm.
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See urologist: Need to see urologist to find out the cause for the incomplete bladder emptying.
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