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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 26, 2007
  • 05:52 PM

hello I have a constant feeling like I need to urinate so bad and then when I get to the toilet I barely go. I have been to the doctor but I do not have insurance so they treat me like a ****r. I have had the urine tests and I have blood in my urine. I do not have a urinary tract infection so they say, there really is no burning feeling when I do go but I have lower abdominal pain almost like pressure. I am freaking out I did another urine sample still blood. I have lower back pain as well. Not bending over with pain but just an ache. I am wondering if it has something to do with my colon. I am constipated to so I dont know if that could cause blood in my urine?? confused and feeling alone.

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  • First off, you should fiind a different doctor. A sign in my doctor's office reads "insurance is a form of payment, not a form of treatment" You need to find a doctor who cares about his/her patients more than the payment they will get. Actually people without insurnce usually pay more for the office visit then the insurances do. If there is a local health clinic, try that. They won't treat you differently because you don't have insurance.Blood in the urine and lower back pain are a sign of kidney stones. These can be found with simple x-rays. If you are a male, you may have an enlarged prostate. Please find a different doctor, this one is not taking care of you.
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    • January 26, 2007
    • 07:33 PM
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