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Basically i had a bad pain in my abdomen earlier today, and felt sick. Then i have had general discomfort all afternoon and evening. i have a dry thought so have been drinking more water then i normally do so in turn need the toilet the problem is now it feels like i need the the toilet all the time and every time i go nothing comes out and when it does its generally clear but very uncomfortable near my vagina as if something is trying to come out but is painful. if anyone could help me out with what it might be and a treatment i will phone my doctor asap in the morning to see if he can figured it out but i still would like some feedback.
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replied January 4th, 2011
Hello,

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According to the symptoms you have described it seems like an infection which can be either food or water born and may be bacterial or viral.You might require prescription antibiotics for it.
Right now if pain is still there mix 2 tsp lemon juice and i gram of rock salt in half cup of water and have it.
Do not have spicy food,caffeine,alcohol and tobacco.
Have a light walk.

Hope it helps,

Take Care!


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replied January 6th, 2011
sounds like a nasty bladder infection. u can't mess around w/ that or it can go into your kidneys. better see ur doc ASAP.
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