Hi, I am 27 years of age. I started getting


Q: Hi, I am 27 years of age. I started getting recurring uti infection. I am allergic to penicillin. I visited a urologist because of the bacteria found after doing urine culture sensitivity test. They treated me with antibiotics. After finishing the course of antibiotics. I still was getting pain inside fever... pain in sides of abdomen. Hip pain. Lower back pain. So I decided to drink cranberry juice regularly. I also use coconut water. Eat alot of apples. Eat celery. . Cucumber. .. Carrots to prevent any kidney infection. But pain was still there. After bout 2 months I decided to do back a urine culture test. The results was no growth of the bacteria. 1)what I want to know is this urine test detect any kidney infection. Since it has no growth of bacteria and infect ion can it be for both bladder and kidney 2) can the pain have anything to do with my kidney. The doctor told me that it can be muscle strain. But do muscle strain be everyday and last long


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