I have been suffering with a burning bladder pain for about two months now. Had many tests, all negative - not UTI, vaginal and abdominal ultrasounds normal, pap smear normal, no vag infection. All negative except for microscopic blood in urine. I'm on priority to see urologist but told it could take a month. The fact that I am otherwise also feeling miserable (extreme fatigue, shortness of breath, weakness, loss of appetite, weight loss, back pain) does not seem to impress the doctors much, who I think assume that it is just middle-aged depression. It isn't - though to be honest, feeling so sick it's hard not to start feeling depressed too. My question: if they thought it was any chance of cancer, wouldn't they hurry up the urologist appointment? And does anyone have any hints for coping with bladder burning pain. (I don't have to pee more often, but do have the feeling that I have to pee all the time. I've gotten used to that though - it's the burning that is the problem.)Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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