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IC, Infection or Kidney Stone???

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  • IC, Infection or Kidney Stone???

    I am at a stand still here. I was fine yesterday, then during the night I woke up and my pee hole wasn't a happy camper. It felt like 1,000 needles were pricking the outside and just a little bit on the inside of it, I felt the urge to go, go, go and then sick to my stomach. No pain in my back or stomach at that time, but before I went to bed I had some pain in my left side but not bad. So, when I got up at 5 am this morning I did a bladder installation and YES I DID HAVE SOME RELEIF UNTIL ABOUT 7 AM AND BACK TO THE STABBING PAIN for a little while. I took my little boy to school came back home assumed the comfortable position in bed and Thank God I went back to sleep, I did take a antibodic that my URO prescirbed to me to take on the days that I cath everyday and the pain has went away but the frequency is still here I feel like I have to go, go, go. I am wondering if it is the IC or infection. I do feel bad, but.... you know.... I guess if I am no better tomorrow I will go to the dr and at least get a urine culture. I am gonna do another install and see if that helps WISHING MYSELF LUCK.

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    I think it's a good idea to call your doctor. It sounds like it might be an infection.

    Stay safe

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