Not at all. Sorry you're having so much trouble with this. Unfortunately, crannberry juice won't help. Ask about local anesthetic treatments (e.g., lidocaine cream or ointment). Sometimes it's also helpful to sit in a tub or warm water in order to urinate. Hang in there with acyclovir; it should kick in soon. As before, discuss these details with your doctor -- or find an expert in infections or STDs.
My nine year old daughter is haveing bad lower back pain and her urine is like a brown color I have tried cranberry juice and water what else can I do cause her stomach is hurting now
Your. Your daughter should see a doctor as soon as possible. Even though some studies have shown that drinking cranberry juice can help prevent urinary tract infections, once you have the infection, you need to be treated with antibiotics. Also, with her pain and her urine becoming brown, it is also important to rule out kidney disease such as a stone or nephritis. These need other treatments besides antibiotics. Especially since her symptoms are worsening, you should either call her doctor or take her to and er or urgent care for evaluation.
See a doctor. She could have a UTI or more serious kidney problem. This is something that should not wait.