From the symptoms it looks like urinary tract infection. Urinary tract (which consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and the urethra) infections are very common in young women. Symptoms of UTI are frequent urination, burning sensation during urination, passing of blood in urine and even fever.
The most common causes of repeated UTIs are kidney stones and diabetes mellitus. Women who are sexually active, who use diaphragms for birth control, and/or are past menopause are at an increased risk for urinary tract infections. Making a diagnosis of a urinary tract infection includes performing a urinalysis test, which checks for the presence of pus, white blood cells, and bacteria in the urine, which point to a urinary tract infection. A urine culture and sensitivity is usually performed to find the exact microorganism.
Till then you should drink plenty of water.
I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Thank you for your response. But if it was a UTI it would have shown up in the urinalysis. There were no pus cells or red blood cells, just 2 white blood cells were found, which i think is normal? Is it possible that the UTI is mild so it doesnt show up in the urinalysis?