Sign up Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
sarah80

Registered:
Posts: 14
Reply with quote  #1 

I am a patient of the Professor, but at my first appointment & my follow up appointment my counts have been zero.

He is happy to treat the symptoms, of which mine are urethral burning & bladder pressure making me feel like I need to go constantly, and has prescribed antibiotics.

If anyone has been in my situation, was the diagnosis something other than embedded infection?

In my last letter I noticed he very briefly mentioned mycoplasma, so I have been reading up. Mycogpalma genitalium (Mgen) can cause Urethritis - I told my GP lack in August that I thought I had Urethritis rather than a UTI.

Any experience would be helpful.

L8tti_x

Registered:
Posts: 53
Reply with quote  #2 
Hi there

How dilute is your urine when you provide your sample? I always make sure to limit my fluid intake 4/6 hours prior to an appointment so that any pus cells are more easily identifiable.



__________________
Lotti
Babz

Registered:
Posts: 16
Reply with quote  #3 
Thats interesting as were told to drink a lot
__________________
Barbara Shervell
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.


This Forum is provided by Bladder Health UK and is intended as a place for Sufferers of Interstitial Cystitis, Bacterial Cystitis and Over Active Bladder, together with their family & friends to gather, online in a positive exchange.

BHUK is not a medical body & do not claim to have medical knowledge. It is not the intention of BHUK to provide specific medical advice, but to provide users with information to better understand their health & to manage their suffering.

Specific medical advice will not be provided & BHUK strongly advises that you consult your GP/Consultant/Urologist for professional advice.

We would hope that users of these forums will conduct themselves in a courteous and respectful manner. Any conduct not consistent with this standard will be deleted immediately and the poster may be restricted and/or terminated without warning.