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I had a UTI 3 weeks ago. I’ve been getting occasional pressure and I thought maybe the infection returned. However, when going to my GP-the urine test came back negative. The pressure has been constant now for a few days though it so far has not woken me at night. I am not pregnant

Some patients experience occasional suprapubic pressure after a urinary tract infection because of residual inflammation of the bladder and/or surrounding tissues. These symptoms should resolve within 1-2 weeks after the infection clears. If the symptoms do not resolve, worsen or you develop burning with urination, then you should be re-evaluated to determine if you have a reinfection. Other common causes of suprapubic pain/pressure include constipation, uterine fibroids, and pelvic inflammation.