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I had a bladder biopsy performed 10 days ago. While I know that some pain upon urination is to be expected, I continue to experience quite intense pain (although not as bad as during the first three days). I've been taking pyridium as well as ultram--which seem to offer some help. The urologist implied that it may take another week or two for the pain to resolve. Is this normal? I'm concerned about a possible infection, although I don't have a fever.
Hi, I also the exact same problem! It's been over 2 weeks and I have terrible pain in what feels like my urethra. Almost like a stabbing pain, almost when I am done urinating. My urologist twice did urine cultures and it was negative. I have no fever, but he put me on antibiotics too, and then took me off when the tests came back negative. My intern told me it could be a contusion, and can take weeks to heal. So the urologist put me on Urelle, it made me dizzy and it did not help the pain. I am going to try Anrnica, a homeopathic pill, for internal healing. I hope you feel better..
Interesting. I did a urinanalysis which came back negative. The pain changes--everyday it seems like it's in a different spot--beneath the pubic bone, along the perenium, in the prostate, at the tip of the penis. Depending on the intensity, I'll give it another day or two before I call the urologist. I wish you the best as well....
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