A couple of weeks ago I felt as if I were getting a UTI. I took some left over Amoxicillan (sp) and it went away within a couple of days. There was no pain or pressure, just feeling like I always had a semi full bladder. About a week later, it came back but this time with pressure after I emptied my bladder. I went to the urgent care and they took a UTI test which came back inconclusive. the doc said because I drank only water for two weeks. He put me on a 5 day prescription of cipro. Ive been taking it for 3.5 days and still feel like I have to constantly go. There is no burning or pain and no pressure. Just feels like I always have to go. Also, I had a tubal pregnancy a few months ago and had to go to the ER where they gave me an extensive ultra sound. would they have seen if I had ovarian cancer?
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