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bladder pressure, frequent urination...ovarian symptoms?
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renie - September 12

I have had reoccurant uti like symptoms for a few months..all my cultures show no infection just white blood cells..I've seen a urologist who did a bladder ultrasound and cystoscopy both normal..I saw my gyn who did a pelvic ovaries were normal..he did not give me a ultrasound though..should I persue further testing since this could be a symptom of ovarian cancer? I am 30yr..also I did have a pelvic ultrasound 6 moths ago for something else and my ovaries were normal size.

 

kmx414 - September 12

I too have had UTI symptons, but when I went to the doctor for a culture, there was no bacteria found. They did a test to rule out gonohrea (sp?) and clamydia (chlamydia), but that too came out negative. It seems that any time I have sex, I am getting these UTI-like symptoms. I'm not sure what else to do, I'm on CIPRO right now. Any ideas??

 

caruleate - September 13

I have the same symptoms as you and Renie. Always have cultures that come back normal. Been to a urologist and he has no idea. One suggestion though. When I have symptoms, I take Uristat, an over the counter medicine for the UTI symptoms. They go away for a few weeks or a month. But at least I am not taking the antibiotics all the time now. That worried me becasue you do not want to get immune to the antibiotics. So maybe try the Uristat instead of the Cipro next time. I would LOVE to find the answer to this problem too.

 

r.bolton - September 17

my 16 yr old daug has same problem recurrent uti they need to culture your urine to know for sure if u have a true uti.

 

Vance2335 - September 17

Im so sorry to hear about your daughter's discomfort! Have you had her checked for endometriosis and/or fibroids?

 

Lelouch - September 18

The nausea, migraines, fatigue, etc, are indications of hormone imbalance and anemia. Are her periods heavy? If so, she may have fibroids and/or endometriosis.

 

smartie - September 19

How is her diet? Is she eating or drinking anything that may be causing her bladder to inflame? Is her life very stressful? It all comes back to how she is dealing with stress in her life...in school, at home, during hobbies, etc

 

Gumdrop - September 20

When a person does not have the proper tools to deal with stress in a healthy way, their body reacts by getting sick in some way...

 

Leslie Know - September 22

How does she feel about sex and losing her virginity? There is evidence that having negative feelings and thoughts about sex can cause gynocological health problems..

 

Hype - September 26

it's the body's way of coping with negative thoughts about a particular thing that makes us feel uncomfortable. I look forward to hearing back from you...

 

revan_delacroix - September 26

Please keep in mind that every physical symptom we have corresponds to something emotional going on in our life...something we may not even be aware of!

 

Kimberly - September 26

to r.bolton: Im so sorry to hear about your daughter's discomfort! Have you had her checked for endometriosis and/or fibroids?

 

trishwitch - September 26

he nausea, migraines, fatigue, etc, are indications of hormone imbalance and anemia.

 

erza - September 29

Are her periods heavy? If so, she may have fibroids and/or endometriosis.

 

zilian - September 29

How is her diet? Is she eating or drinking anything that may be causing her bladder to inflame? Is her life very stressful?

 

relief - September 29

It all comes back to how she is dealing with stress in her life...in school, at home, during hobbies, etc...When a person does not have the proper tools to deal with stress in a healthy way, their body reacts by getting sick in some way...

 

Natsu - September 29

How does she feel about sex and losing her virginity? There is evidence that having negative feelings and thoughts about sex can cause gynocological health problems...it's the body's way of coping with negative thoughts about a particular thing that makes us feel uncomfortable.

 

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