Urinary Track vs. STD's
Jul 31, 2002
Response from Mr. Kull
The best way to identify an infection is to have an examination with your doctor and have the appropriate diagnostic tests performed. Since symptoms of different infections in the urinary tract are similar, testing should identify the cause.
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