Lately ( within the past few weeks) I've noticed that I can't hold my urine in. I'm only 17 and aside from an ill-planned oral sex excursion I'm not sexually active. It's been a month since that. I always feel like I need to go. It's almost like an itch. But not quit about 2 weeks ago I went in for UTI symptoms but the doctor said that a UTI was not found, bacteria was in my urine instead. the prescribed an antibiotic and the pain went away. But days later the urgency and inability to hold it wss back! I even had an accident. Please help me. School starts soon and I do NOT want to go through further embarrassment. :(
The most likely cause of your symptoms is another urinary tract infection. I would suggest you see your doctor again for a urinalysis and culture of the urine to see if the antibiotic prescribed is effective against the bacteria causing the infection. J. Kyle Mathews, MD
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