Orange urine among other symptoms

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     So, I have been having a few problems the last two weeks, thought I had a yeast infection so took Monistat twice, but the symptoms persist. I have no clue what this is and am asking for help.

     I am trying to avoid going to the doctor unless absolutely needed. I am not looking to be told to go, Im looking for something I can do at home to get rid of this problem.

      My symptoms are:

      Orange urine (I would say bright, not dark. Possible odor.)

       Sharp pains near my bladder and clit, sometimes just dull.

      Abdominal pain and cramping occasionally

      Sharp urine, (like afterwards i feel I need to get a few more drops out when I cant)

      slight nausea, not sure if this is just me worrying or an actual symptom.

    I still get my period regularly am not pregnant.

The steps that I have taken so far:

  Monistat twice

  UTI test, (says no but not sure if false negative)

  AZO Urinary pain relief pills

   AZO cranberry pills

  AZO (one more I cant emember but it was supposed to cleanse)

  Taking hot baths, carefully massaging my parts

   Drinking lots of water n cranberry juice

  resting regularly

 My symptoms quieted down to the point I thought they were gone, but then started coming back this morning. Ive noticed the orange color once before a week back, but it seemed to be vaginal discharge, where as this time same color but seems to come from bladder.

Things I would like to know

   Am I in immediate danger, (Do i NEED to go. I am trying to avoid this as much as I can)

  What can I get over the counter to fix this

   What exactly IS this?

   If nothing I can get, what will happen if it goes untreated?

  Thank you for reading this, please someone give me a legit answer. I cant tell if its a UTI, a vaginal fungal infection, or BV, or what. Help would be appreciated...

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  • Posted

    Hi jazmin...stop will all the stuff.

    Get some Gatorade or a Sports drink...I don't know if they have Gatorade where you are.

    But it sounds like you are severely dehydrated.

    Water isn't going to be enough if your that dehydrated...

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    • Posted

      Thank you, I will check into this! So its normal to have UTI symptoms? I drink ICE sparking waters often, is this still possible to be dehydrated? Just questions from a curious mind...
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    Jazmin, try D-Mannose.  You can get it at any health food store. What it does is it makes the lining of the bladder wall slippery, so E-coli, can't hold on to the bladder wall. Most UTI's will be caused by E-coli bacteria. Go to You Tube, and there will be lots of information on the dosage etc.

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    It sounds as if you have a very common urine infection.   I have had tons and only twice have the tests shown I have an infection.    However the good news is antibiotics have helped.   Maybe the first lot won't help and you will need some stronger ones (that's what usually happens to me)  I know you don't want to visit a doctor and I do understand.   If it is because of embarrassment then there is no need to worry.   There is no undressing involved.  Just think, within 2/3 days you might not be in any pain.

    However, if you are worried about BV or Thrush then you will need a swab.  (symptoms are itchy vagina, discharge and a horrible smell)    If you don't want Dr to do swab you can buy a test and do it yourself.   f you test positive for  BV  you could  need antibiotics to get rid though it definitely would be worth buying the BV gel and giving it a try.   If you test positive for thrush there is tablet you can buy.     If it is thrush/BV I would also take a good probiotic every day to try and prevent it returning.

    I hope everything goes well for you.



    Good luck.   


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