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I would suggest seeing a urologist rather than your regular doctor.  A urologist is much more likely to know what to do about your problem.


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I'm retired and have SCAN (medicare) - so I have to go to my primary care doctor. I went to his office today and they took a culture - so I should hear back in a couple of days.

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@kivah wrote:

I'm retired and have SCAN (medicare) - so I have to go to my primary care doctor. I went to his office today and they took a culture - so I should hear back in a couple of days.


Hopefully it's an infection and you will get some relief with the proper antibiotics.

 

I understand about your insurance.  My insurance right now doesn't require me to have a referral to a specialist.  I can just go.  However, I trust my PCP implicity and would see her first anyhow.  I have no doubt she would send me on if she didn't know what was happening.