After finding a small trace of blood in the urine and bacteria present the doctor prescribed Levaquin for 7 days to treat a UTI. However, I have no symptoms. No burning sensation, no frequent urination, no pain. After finishing the medication and being re-tested, there was even more blood present in the urine and the white blood cell count was slightly high. I am confused because of my "non-symptoms." The doctor now wants to do a CT scan to rule out kidney stones, but did I mention I have no symptoms? It has now been over a month since finding the blood in my urine and there are still no symptoms. Help!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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