My 12 year old son has been experiencing painful urination for the past couple of weeks. A visit to our pediatrician has revealsed nothing. My son had two seperate UA tests for bacteria in the urine and both have been negative for bacteria or any other odd findings. His urine was very concentrated was the only indication of anything unusal. He recentely started tackle football and seems to be dehydrated at times (the weather has been HOT near 100 degrees during practices and games). Our pediatricain ask him to drink more liquids for a week and then we will repeat studies. It has been 5 days now and he is getting worse. I am trying to get an appt with a Urologist but they are booked up for two weeks. My son says that it also is now painful up the penis in a straight line and in the bladder area. Is it possible to have a clear UA and still have an infection of the bladder. Just curious if anyone out there have any similiar symptoms at a young age.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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