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Posted by: themba | 2011/04/14

burning urine

feeling a burning pain when finishing to urinate

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Hallo Themba
This may be a sign of a bladder infection or urethra infection. Please let your doctor test the urine. Tell him if you have a discharge
Dr Bets

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Posted by: David | 2015/07/07

Burning urine may indicate an UTI. The UTI symptoms and signs may vary according to age, sex, and location of the infection in the tract. Some individuals will have no symptoms or mild symptoms and may clear the infection in about two to five days. Many people will not spontaneously clear the infection; one of the most frequent symptoms and signs experienced by most patients is a frequent urge to urinate, accompanied by pain or burning on urination. The urine often appears cloudy and occasionally dark, if blood is present. The urine may develop an unpleasant odor. UTI is usually the result of bacteria in your urine. When being treated with certain medications, the symptoms of urinary tract infections usually clear up in a few days; however, you may need to continue using medications for a week or longer, depending on how you respond to the medication. Possibly the most well known natural form of relief is a natural herb supplement that fights UTI is called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is made of all natural ingredients. These natural ingredients work as a diuretic which helps increase urination. They also can boost your immune system and fight infection.

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2011/04/14

Hallo Themba
This may be a sign of a bladder infection or urethra infection. Please let your doctor test the urine. Tell him if you have a discharge
Dr Bets

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