I guess I have had this for a year, maybe two. It happens once every two months or more, sometimes is more often like twice in the same month. The analysis came down negative, so apparently I had nothing.
The only suggestion I got was to drink more water, (I am really not good at it, and I drink very little perhaps 3 or 4 glasses during the day), when I remember I do drink more, but still a few times I have been having good amounts of water and still have the pain.
When I have pain urinating it is always accompanied by a white sediment (it can appear at the beginning, middle or end, and as soon as it appears it hurts). I haven't paid too much attention because it is not often, but the pain is very bad for like 30-40 minutes, and then it disappears. I don't want this to get worse.
What could this be?
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