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Urinary tract infection maybe. Try cranberry juice first?

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: No - urine test

Firstly you need to know if there is a UTI or not.
That requires a urinalysis. Then antibiotics if you have a uti. Also drink plenty of water and urinate every couple of hours. This helps to eliminate bacteria from the bladder. Cranberry juice is useful in preventing a UTI by reducing ability of bacteria to adhere to the bladder lining. It does not treat a uti.

In brief: No - urine test

Firstly you need to know if there is a UTI or not.
That requires a urinalysis. Then antibiotics if you have a uti. Also drink plenty of water and urinate every couple of hours. This helps to eliminate bacteria from the bladder. Cranberry juice is useful in preventing a UTI by reducing ability of bacteria to adhere to the bladder lining. It does not treat a uti.
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