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31 Jul 2007
Badder Infection or not?
I have been to and from GP and Gynae with what I've been thinking is a bladder infection. The last one I treated with citrosoda, Natural Anti-biotics & Urispas. The time before I was on anti-biotics & urispas. I have had it about 7 times this year. The symptoms are burning when urinating, back ache, feverish. At the moment I have burning when urinating and have noticed a bad vagina odour. My real concern is that my Husband is now complaining of burning when urinating. What could this be?
The best way to prove if it is a bladder infection is to have a specimen of urine sent ot the laboratory.
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