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I am a 34 year old female. For the past 3 days I have been urinating quite frequently. When I urine my urine smells to high heaven. It does not smell like a normal Urinary Tract Infection. It smells like when you have acid reflux disease. It smells awful. I also have lower back pain and my stomach feels like it is going to explode. It feels like someone is pumping air into my lower abdomen. I have never had my urine smell this awful before. I have used Cranberry Juice and it was working. I need some suggestions on what this is and whether I should see my doctor or go to a clinic. I have no burning sensation at all when I urinate and sometimes not always I have blood in my urine. Can you please suggest what I should do in this situation???
Thanks So Much, Michelle Drew (Hamilton Ontario Canada)
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