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How are you? Urine infection is common in pregnancy. If not treated, in some cases
it progresses to cause a serious kidney infection. Treatment is with antibiotics. The aim
is to cure the infection, and also to prevent possible complications of pregnancy.
Citralka alone might not prevent or cure a urinary tract infection, but if used along with antibiotics is useful in treatment. Plenty of liquids to flush out the bladder and antacids (rantac) for acidity can help in treating the condition.
Consult a urologist for further assistance.
I am experiencing an urine problem for last 3 months. Frequent urination, Urgency to urinate and burning feeling inside urine tube. I have consulted urologist and he has asked me to take urine routine, culture and KUB scan. Everything is normal, therefore, the doctor prescribed the following antibiotics, Offlox 200, Tamflo 0.4 and Zerdol (Paracetamol) for a month. Also citrate soda for 5 days. I took all as described by the doctor except the zerodol (took only for a week) which hurt my stomach as i have stomach ulcer. But the condition has not improved and the burning feeling has increased now. I have consulted the doctor again and he has prescribed Citralka Liquid and urispas tablet for a week. He asked to take urine routine and culture again before and after the massage in that area to check any infection. Can you please help of what could be an issue in my case?
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