a year ago i had a bladder infection but i think its coming back because i have so much discharge in my underwear evereyday. what can i take to cure the bladder infection without going to the doctor? ive used vagsil but it haasnt helped, could d mannose work?
Burning urination, frequent urge to urinate, foul smelling urine, fever, abdominal pain are symptoms of bladder infection. Recurrent bladder infections can be a symptom of an underlying disorder and is generally a cause for concern. It may indicate the presence of an obstruction in the urinary tract. You may need urine tests, ultrasound abdomen to confirm the cause. Drink plenty of fluid. But if there is no relief within 24 hours, you should consult a doctor for more specific treatment. Delay in initiating treatment can lead to more serious problems. Do keep us posted.
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