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Pain during urinating started from yesternight but now in the day night there is no frequent urge to urinate like last night. Why?

2 Doctors Answered
Limit your fluid intake before bedtime. Try not to drink any liquids after 5 p.m. or 6 p.m. Avoid foods and beverages that can irritate your bladder. If you can't cut them out entirely, skip them in the hours before bedtime to help prevent nocturia. That includes:
You could be having uti. Please get USG abdomen and urine routine and culture and sensitivity done and take antibiotics according to the sensitivity report.
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