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Not a UTI anymore so what is it?

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  • Posted By: lorna19
  • January 24, 2008
  • 00:06 AM

So about 3 weeks ago i was rushed to casualty/emergency clinic in severe pain and they found blood in my urine, i was given one lot of anti biotics for a UTI (id had a UTI before and the pain was the same) but these didnt work, i was given a second lot and i thought they didnt work since i was still in pain so i went to the doctors and did a urine sample and he gave me a 3rd lot of different antibiotics, after i finished these i got my urine result back and there was no infection... then for a couple of days i felt fine but now for about just over a week ive had constant pain in my uretha and around the clitoris, its like a constant cystitis pain which sometimes does hurt if i wee but not to the point of agony, its sometimes worsened by different foods especialy chocolate and stuff, but if its not an infection what is it? would the anti biotics cause a yeast infection and cause pain when eating sugary foods that feed it? I really have no idea what it can be if its not a UTI all i know is i want it to go away, its awful, i cant wear tight clothing or anything :( does anyone have any ideas?
I was sexualy active quite alot a couple of days before and on the day that i got this but its not happend before and thats with the same partner.
anybody? thanks in advance

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