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Answered 2010-09-13 03:07:34

see your general doctor they should perscribe you an antibiotic and some sort of pain reliever. I also am taking baths in epsom salt, and laying down on a heating pad on high whenever i get the chance, it really helps! also key to getting rid of a kidney infection quick is cranberry juice and water! i hope this helps :)

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