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What is wrong with my bladder!?

So I would say about 4 years ago I've started to notice something wasn't right. I would say about once or twice a week, I would get such bad bladder infections that I couldn't move, I stayed in bed and cried and I had to urinate to relieve pain and pressure even just for a few minutes. Now, I have to go to the bathroom very often, almost right after drinking liquid. It burns and I feel a whole lot of pressure inside when I urinate, it's very painful. Also it feels like my bladder is completely full, so I have to run to the bathroom, & only a couple drops come out, & sometimes it's even hard to control my bladder (AKA not making it to the bathroom on time...). it's a terrible feeling and I really don't know what I can do anymore, I've literally tried everything. I went to the doctors which was no help at all, she checked for sti's & std's & I was perfectly clean, so she gave me antibiotics to kill whatever infection I have in my bladder. I had to take them twice a day for 5 days, that never helped not even a little. so that shows me that it isn't an infection, could it be something more serious? any ideas? anyone else experiencing this?

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See a different doctor, preferably go to a Urologist.

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You should go to a "urologist" who is a specialist in bladder/kidney/UT stuff. Ask your doctor for a referral, this is NOT something you need to just deal with. I can't tell you what it is but I have heard of it happening before.

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Urologist is the one to see. Could be small kidney stones or infection. Any blood (hematuria)? In the meantime try cranberry juice, might help to clean the infection. You might need an ultrasound.

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Little blood in urine sometimes, yep
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Kidney stones perhaps, they hurt like the 'dickens". Even if you don't see blood, blood could still exist in urine. See a urologist, for an ultrasound test.
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