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Daughter has UTI symptoms that come and go once a week. Negative urine culture. Does not have back pain or fever or other symptoms.

Probably cystitis. She may need to get her urine test repeated a few times and get examined by her pediatrician to r/o urethritis type problem that may be recurring. Some girls who bathe in tub get such symptoms as well for which a change in such habits and reinforcing genital hygiene can help. Read more...
Local irritation. These are often a product of sitting in soap suds in a bath, excessive soaping of the genitals or contact with scented toilet tissue, bath oils, etc. If these are not totally removed they can leave a film on the genitals & the kid digs at it while half asleep.The trauma will result in such a pattern. Avoiding the exposures can sometimes end this in a week. Read more...

Have uti symptoms had test shows white cells in urine and blood yet the urine culture shows no uti have back pain too what could be wrong?

Probably still UTI. Hi Jessi, It certainly sounds as if you have a UTI. A urine culture can be falsely negative, as can any lab test. Were you taking antibiotics when the culture was done, causing a negative culture? Other possibilities are urinary tract stones and bladder tumor. I suggest rechecking the urinalysis and culture, and then see your doctor or a urologist to help you look into it further. Good luck. Read more...

I have been having symptoms of UTI for a couple weeks the doctor prescribed bactrim that didn't work so they took blood and a urine culture the urine came back with bacteria they explained to me that the bactrim maybe didn't work because of the typbacteri

Makes sense. There are many diff bacteria that can cause utis and the type you had was resisitant, but the culture and sensitivity that they did will tell you which type of antibiotic should work. I rarely use batrim as many bacteria are now resisitant to that one. I use Cipro (ciprofloxacin) - that usually works much better and u do not ahve to take it for as many days. Read more...