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I have had numerious UTI's in the past 2 yrs. With this last one I have had a tugging sensation in the belly button during & after passing urine..I went to urologist and he has me on Cpiro..I'm on my third day and still have burnning when I urinate. Not as bad but now I have this sensation in the belly buttonarea, and I feel like I always have to go ( the feeling never subsides) and now I have this tuggin feeing too..I know this sounds very strange, but this is the only way I can discribe it toyou..Any ideas??? I'm scheduled for a procedure wher they go into the bladder and look around as well as a dialation of my urethia..I'm just wondering what this tugging sensation couldBe...
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