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Urge To Urinate Antibiotic
Most likely prostate: Prostatic issues are most commonly in play. You could have a bacterial prostatitis, either chronic or acute-less likely, or benign prostastic hyperplasia (bph). Both are treatable and most likely. You need to see your doctor, who may also need to perform a prostate exam and order tests as well. ...Read more
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Urge to urinate when I don't really have to, pain in bladder after drinking soda. Incontinence. Frequent urination.
Medications: This is a very common finding. Assuming that your have a negative evaluation by your doctor for things such as blockage, infection, etc., medications are the mainstay of treatment. If this fails, and your are a male, then prostate surgery is an option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urine culture negative. Frequent urination. Urge to go. Little urine coming out. Need to excrete more but cannot. No pain. ?
Here are some ...: Be checked out timely to see if you're able to empty bladder or to hold the urine - bladder stability, besides confirming UTI. To do so, collect & bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, and progress of all the related symptoms to Doc for analysis + physical exam + possible tests as needed so to deduce possible Dx for proposing reasonable Rx... ...Read more
I have constant urge to urinate, straining to start (delayed) and straining to urinate. Very little urine comes out. No uti. Please possible causes!
Be checked soon...: You should be evaluated since your bladder seems running out its strength due to a long-term overwork. How to get these related things done crrectly? It is not that hard at all if following suggestion in articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onBPH-LUTS-VoidingTrouble.html. Thereby you gain right insight on how to worl well with the doctors. More? Contact me and I can help. ...Read more
How to cure bladder infection if patient goes to toilet at least every hour and his urine smells acidity. Antibiotics oxybutinin do not help.?
Work with urologists: Urinary frequency, especially in older patients, can have many causes: infectious, neurologic, or urodynamic. This often requires careful evaluation and treatment. If it is related to infection, optimal treatment of a UTI includes identification of the bacteria, determining which antibiotics it is susceptible to, and undergoing a full course of treatment. But other causes must be addressed. ...Read more
Urgency: Urgency, the feeling of needing to urinate, is usually the result of a full bladder. But in cases of an overactive bladder, or bladder irritation, the sensation of needing to urinate may not signal a full bladder. An irritated bladder may signal the need to urinate when, in fact the bladder is actually empty. A visit with a urologist is recommended for an evaluation. ...Read more
Infection vs OAB: When people feel like they have to urinate frequently this is called urinary urgency. This can be caused by bladder infections, oab (overactive bladder) or a chronic inflammatory condition called interstitial cystitis. An obgyn or urologist would be a good place to start or see your primary care doctor to help direct you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol/Caffeine: Chemicals that cause urination are referred to as diuretics. Many commonly encountered substances increase the need to urinate, most notably alcoholic beverages and those containing caffeine. Of course, simply drinking a lot of any liquid should result in an increased need to urinate assuming the person has normal kidney function. ...Read more
Does the antibiotic 'nitrofurn' go out the urine stream, causing me to urinate more? I have a UTI & been taking these but still urinating frequently.
Nitrofurantoin: Nitrofurantoin is not a diuretic and does not cause increased urination. 30 to 40% of it is excreted in the urine and some in the bile. The increased urination may be a sign that you still have a urinary tract infection and the organism is resistant to the medication. You should have a repeat urine culture with sensitivities to this and other antibiotics. ...Read more
Top reasons why a male would urinate a lot? (stds, diabetes, prostate, uti..
Any others?) been urinating much, bladder feels full, urge to rr often
You've: Listed a few of the possibilities. There are others, but they are less common. If it continues, see your doctor. ...Read more
Can you train your bladder to stop wanting to double void? feel uge to pee constant, testes pain sometimes and split stream sometimes. Prostate normal
Need evaluation: With the symptoms you describe, especially the split stream you need urological evaluation. ...Read more
Cystitis would be #1: Other causes exist, bot if abrupt, bacterial cystitis, if chroin increasing sx, interstitial cystitis. Discuss this with pcp, or see a urologist. ...Read more
Is white discharge from urethra, frequently urinating, and feeling the urge to urinate eventhogh not so much comes out something to seek acute help for?
Discharge: You may have a urethral or prostate infection, see your doctor. ...Read more
Mutually exclusive.: Urinary retention is a common side effect of narcotic analgesics. If you're experiencing this, you have perhaps 3 options. Reduce the dosage, stop the medication (highly advised), or catheterization. While sometimes necessary, the latter is presented largely in jest. Stop the medication forthwith and talk with your doctor, soon. If unable to void with a full bladder, go to your E.D. quickly. ...Read more
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