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Abdominal Pain After Urination Female
Not Sure of Your??: Upper abdominal pain can be caused by many illnesses of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum (small intestine), liver, gallbladder, & pancreas. Only a doctor can investigate the cause and will ask what brings it on, makes it better/worse, how long it lasts, and any other associated symptoms. I don't know what "a hole in the bladder" means; but painful urination could =infection. Please get checked! ...Read more
For the past week have I have had a upper abdominal pain, fatigued all the time, constipation, gaining weight, frequent urination.
Constipation: Constipation is common and source of many abdominal symptoms. A bowel regimen to achieve 2 soft bowel movements daily (water, juices up to 1.5 liters daily, fiber tablets, laxatives, stool softeners, probiotics) and walking are non-prescription tools you use to reach goal. If you have fever, vomiting, localized pain lasting over 40 minutes get evaluated. ...Read more
What could be causing this? I am a female, who recently became sexually active. Since then, I have experienced pain during urination, which only lasted a few days and I thought it might just be a uti. But then I started getting abdominal pain, and now I h
Hello,: Hello, first, I need to advise you that I cannot diagnose the cause of your symptoms. The friction of the penis could irritate the urethra which would cause pain with urination. However, that would not explain abdominal pain. You could have a urinary tract infection which is effecting the bladder. If you have had a regular period since you last had unprotected sex, then you should not be pregnant. But if what you are trying to describe by "bleeding between periods" is spotting since you had unprotected sex, which is before the anticipated date of your period, that could be a different matter. In that situation there could be spotting from implantation with some mild associated cramping. But that usually would only be a for few days. If you are sexually active without protection that leaves you vulnerable to sexually transmitted diseases. Suggest that may want to discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
I am a 16 yr old female that is experiencing right abdominal pain along with nausea, lightheadness, weakness all over, increased thirst and urination. Is there something serious that I should go to the dr about?
Yes: Yes, please go to the doctor. I am not sure how long these symptoms have been going on, but in any event, you need to be checked out. ...Read more
I have lower (center) abdomen pain worsened since 6pm. I have chills, no fever & high BP (normally low) now 155/80. 60 yo healthy female. No urine pai?
Go to ER: Sounds like a perforated viscus. Seek immediate medical care ...Read more
Could be Cystitis: Cystitis (urinary bladder inflammation/infection) tend to cause abdominal pain (pressure in lower pelvis) and painful urination (dysuria). It is most commonly caused by bacterial infection and then it is referred to as urinary tract infection. Diagnosis can be made by urinalysis and urine culture. Other causes include kidney stones, urethritis, sexually transmitted diseases and drugs/irritants. ...Read more
I had frequent urination then had abdominal pain along with it. The frequent urination stopped but I still have the pain. What could it be?
Abdominal pain in the top right but after urinating pain goes away completely should I be worried?
Need more info...: How long and constant has this right upper abdominal pain been? How has it evolved? Has there been any related symptoms like lower backache? . .. More? To unveil the myth behind symptoms, one needs more info on specifics, relevance, and sequence of events of all symptoms + findings of physical exam & tests as needed. How? Follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish... ...Read more
Why am I not urinating? Been nearly 48 hrs. Don't even have an urge but do have low abdominal pain on and off.
Abdominal pain: Abdominal pain and increased frequency of urination can be due to a number of factors. It could be due to a pregnancy with an ovarian cyst, threatened miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, urinary tract infection, and others. You should see your physician for evaluation to determine if you are pregnant and the cause of the pain. ...Read more
Pregnancy Test: In a female of child bearing age, pregnancy must always be considered and ruled out or in with almost all abdominal or pelvic problems. The next thing on the list of possible problems would be some sort of infections - either in the female organs (vagina, utereus, tubes) or in the urinary system. Those are the most common things that would account for all of these problems. ...Read more
What causes frequent urination, abdominal pain, no burning, no foul discharge? Also I have a negative cultural test
I am experiencing lower abdominal pain (side: right). The following also describes me: Frequent urination. What should I do?
I recently got random frequent urination. I am positive for leukocytes and only got abdominal pain once in a while. What's wrong with me?
You may have a urinary tract infection, drink plenty of water, cranberry juice and if worse go to your doctor as you may need antibiotics.
Also some vaginal infections can give similar symptoms. If you also have vaginal discharge, especially if you douche or have unprotected sex you may need to be evaluated ...Read more
Get checked for: Stomach, kidney, intestinal and liver problem. Best wishes! ...Read more
I am having mild abdominal pain and pain when urinating accompained by blood in tissue when I wipe?
Blood: Can you determine whether the blood is coming from the vagina? If it's coming from the urethra it may be due to a bladder infection, kidney or bladder stones or a growth in the urinary tract. Blood in the urine is abnormal and must be evaluated. Consult your physician who will order the appropriate tests in order to make a diagnosis and render the proper treatment. ...Read more
Had period on 3.12.13 and due on 2.1.14 from today (16.12.13) had abdominal pain like period pains and have been urinating more, what could this be?
Ovulation: This could be a sign of ovulation or another process. Ovulation usually occurs about 2 weeks from the first day of your menstrual cycle. It may be accompanied by increased, clear, mucous as well as abdominal pain (usually on one side of the lower abdomen). Increased frequency of urination especially if accompanied by pain can be a sign of a urinary tract infection. If continues see physician. ...Read more
Thirsy, fatigue, urinating frequently, constant nausea, abdominal pain, lightheaded...what could be the cause?
18 Y/O girl. Treated for uti earlier this year, symptoms still there. Night time urination and abdominal pain when waking. Possible alternatives?
UTI symptoms: How long since you were treated? Have you been seen since? A more in depth history, physical exam, and testing is needed. Please see your PCP for a work up. You likely need a urinalysis and possibly an ultrasound. Sexually active? STDs also need to be ruled out. ...Read more
I have white discharge from time to time but more then usual and its thick I have abdominal pain light fever and extra urination I also feeling lazy?
Infection: Please see your doctor right away. It sounds like an infection. Be well. ...Read more
I'm having lower abdominal pain, slight back cramps, and frequent urination...What is causing this to happen?
Infection: In urinary tract, or uti, is most likely. Back pain might be kidney infection, which is more serious. You need to see a doctor, get a urine test, and probably start on antibiotics, right away, before infection spreads to kidneys. Kidney infections are serious, so don't delay. ...Read more
I am experiencing pelvic pain, abdominal pain (severity: moderate), abdominal discomfort and pain with urination.
ER or urgent care: You need immediate evaluation. Urinalysis with urine HCG just in case, urine culture. Any woman with painful burning urination needs immediate urinalysis and urine culture to determine what infection is present and antibiotics the infection is susceptible to. Empiric treatment then given. Kidney stones history? Ovarian cysts? Your MD will give you a comprehensive evaluation. Don' worry you'll b ok ...Read more
I have been having burning while urinating, slight abdominal pain, and the urge to go again, but only first thing in the morning. Antibiotic or no?
UTI? Other problem?: Can't tell without more information. You need examination for the cause of your symptoms, probably including urinalysis and perhaps urine culture to check for UTI. Abdominal pain is not typical for UTI -- depending on your age and other symptoms, other exams and tests may be needed. Do not start any antibiotic until advised by doctor; if you guess wrong, it could make accurate diagnosis harder ...Read more
Lower abdominal pain. Frequent urination. Hurts to pass gas feels like it's being trapped. What could this be?
Lower abdominal pain in a woman could be from the bowels (e.g. constipation, irritable bowel, diverticulitis), the urinary tract (infection, kidney stones), ovaries (cysts, menstrual pain), uterus (pregnancy-related, menstruation related, endometriosis, sexually transmitted infections).
A detailed history + examination + urinary test can help diagnose the majority of these possibilities. ...Read more
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