Diverticulosis pain

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Does anyone experience sharp type pain with flare or before it starts? Also weird urinary frequency.

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    Yes and yes.  Very sharp pain in left side and urinary urgency/frequency expecially when laying down.  Like feeling like I have to go all the time
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    Yes my urine had a slight burning to it..Then tons of diarrhea for a week along with a fever that landed me into the ER. 105.
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    Yes to both. The urinary frequency is my worst symptom actually. 
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    I get left & right side twinges & discomfort, but pain during urination & frequency is the most annoying symptom. Have severe diver, but never a urinary tract infection. It's very frustrating.

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    Yes, had diverticular flare up in April..  fixed with flagyl. Still got urinary frequency, not pain just uncomfortable.  Tests show e coli in urine so now on third set of antibiotics for it.  This is getting me down and i have developed anxiety before it all started.  Just want someone to fix me.  If these antibiotics dont work dr says see urologist, thats all i need on top of all else. Any helpful

    hints anyone.

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      Dr said e coli in my sample, no blood, and after two lots of nurofentoin not gone so put me on amoxicillin which is making me feel worse and urinarynfrequencynin night eight times with heavy feeling low down.   No frequency in daytime, just feel nauseous on amoxycillin.   Cant have other antibiotics as on warfarin. I had diverticulosis two months ago but it resolved with flagyl.   Is there a link between the two infections i wonder.  I am trying hard to stick out this till course finishes in three more days. Any thoughts.
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