Hi I have some very mild almost unnoticeable discomfort when

Patient

Q: Hi I have some very mild almost unnoticeable discomfort when I pee. I've had uti before and this feels nothing like that. No pressure no pain. What else could it be? Or is it just a very very mild uti? I'm taking cranberry supplements just in case.

Symptoms:  Very mild ache when urinating.
Doctor

A:   Thank you for writing to us.

Yes, this could be a mild UTI or a subclinical UTI. Please see a Doctor to get medication if the symptoms do not go away in 5 days. All the best and have a speedy recovery.
Hope this helps you.

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