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2 weeks ago I went to the bathroom normally and right after I went the urge to pee would not go away, I have had a UTI so that is what I thought it was, but there was no burning and when I had to pee I could. I went to the emergency room because it was a weekend and I had no time to wait to go to the doctor and they told me that I had no UTI or bladder infection, they had no idea what was wrong with me, and they just told me to drink a lot of cranberry juice and naturally that is what I did. The sensation went away for a while but would come back from time to time and then leave, but it was getting better and shorter so I thought I would wait it out, mind you I can go to the bathroom normally and there is no pain, it is just after I go I have the urge to pee and I don't know how to get rid of it. I do not have a UTI or Bladder infection and I don't wanna go to the docter because I called them and they told me the same thing the hospital did, drink cranberry juice but it hasn't got any better! this is my last hope, please help me out this is soooooooo annoying.
I know you are frustrated with all these. How old are you?
Is this the first time you have experienced something like this?
This may be urgency incontinence. This appears to be the differential given that a complete assessment was done to rule out an infection and urinary tract stones. If this condition persists you may need to be further evaluated. Urodynamic testing may help .
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