A suprapubic fullness or a pressure like symptom is commonly described in patients with Urinary Tract Infections (UTI). Pelvic pain in women may also be associated with sexually transmitted disease especially pelvic inflammatory disease. An appropriate sexual history is necessary to exclude sexually transmitted disease including chlamydial and gonococcal urethritis. Back pain associated with dysuria suggests the possibility of pyelonephritis. Presence of systemic symptoms including fever, malaise arthralgia and nausea almost always indicates pyelonephritis. Their absence does not exclude it.
Dysuria, Frequency and Urgency are symptoms of UTI|
Sexual history is important
Systemic symptoms indicate
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