This patient support community is for discussions relating to urology issues, benign prostate disease, penis curvature, cystisis, pediatric urology, prostate, sexual dysfunction and urological cancers.
I have been having problems urinating for approx. 1 year, but recently i have had very foul-smelling urine, painful urination, darker and cloudy urine that appears denser than normal. Also presenting is bilateral flank pain, nausea, accasional light-headedness, malaise, fatigue, and sever edema in the face, hands, and ankles/feet. I tested positive for the presence of nitrates in the urine specimen... The symptoms have not subsided post antibiotic treatment.
hi! have you undergone any lab tests recently? what were the results? if you haven't you should try to get a urinalysis done... any history of previous UTIs? how often? how old are you? male or female? is your urine tea colored or reddish? what medications have you been taking?
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