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I have a question about UTI symptoms. I have had a UTI about a month and a half ago, but I often don't have burning with my UTI's so I can never really tell (I had no idea I had one last time around). I've been having very frequent occurances of cloudy particle filled urine. It started happening a lot so I called the doctor and they had me go leave a urine sample. I haven't heard anything yet, but these past two weeks I have been feelin very unwell, and I'm wondering if it could be connected with my abnormal urine. I have been feeling very foggy; very VERY dizzy, lightheaded, fatigued, and sort of out of it and confused. I also on and off get that dizzy headche and chills that you get when you are sick but I haven't had any fevers. I have had on and off dull flank pain and groin pain, but I don't know that this is urinary related...
PLEASE any insight would be hugely appreciated I'm starting to go crazy!
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