A 28-year-old female asked:
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i've had a few bladder infections and i know i have one now...i hat lost my insurance and don't get it for another 90 days...what should i do for pain?

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Dr. Leroy Kareus
50 years experience Family Medicine
Treat infection: Call the doctor who has treated you in the past to see if you can get medication to treat the infection and in turn the pain the should go away. You should have had a work-up to find out why you are having repeated infections when you had insurance. There are simple things that women should pay attention to: such as always wiping front to back.
Answered on May 7, 2016
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