Always have had reacurring bladder infections . What I have this time is different . Had pressure on my bladder for 4 days . And really bad lower back pain, And every other symptom of a u.t.i but was tested and it wasn't. Now my back still hurts and I have slight cramping over my ovarie area . Any ideas
I think you should definately see a doctor to be sure you dont have a kidney infection. that can be very serious. The other thing you might have going on is ovarian cysts. They are quite painful, but not dangerous. they detect that is by an ultrasound. there is really nothing they can do for them but provide you with pain meds or low dose birth control pills can help the amount of cysts you develope.
I have recurring ovarian cysts and I remember how frightening it was the first time I encountered them.
Hope this helps
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