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Angry Bladder Infection

Hi to all,

I've had a bladder infection for a week had all my antibiotics thrimthorprim 200mg I am still having symptoms constantly taking another sample in the morning.

I have a Cytoscopy on Friday afternoon I hope they won't find anything Nasty this will be the 2nd Cytoscopy this Year.
I have a Catheter that Stays in my Bladder needs to be Changed.

I have overactive bladder all the time it's awfull always have to be in the bathroom.

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