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Antibiotics Cause Pain Bladder
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
Can diverticulosis cause me to feel pressure on my bladder? I've had diverticulitis recently/cleared up with antibiotics.
W/ partial removal of painful miniarc bladder sling, infection near mesh, months of pain near remaining mesh on left which improves shortly after antibiotics — if not removed could mesh cause cancer?
Cancer not related: However, wetting problem could recur.Get a more detailed answer ›
Unlikely: Antibiotics are used to treat a bladder infection but if used for long periods of time or high doses it can lead to a loss of normal vaginal bacteria. E. Coli can then start accumulating in the area. Also, the bladder infection itself may be worsening and that can cause increased pelvic, abdominal, and sometimes low back pain. ...Read more
Possible c diff, bladde infection should I wait to find out if c diff before start cipro (ciprofloxacin) for bladder? Antibiotics caused GI issues in first place...
UTI: Good idea. If you are having recurrence of c. Difficile colitis your doctor may want to begin you on therapy to control this while treating the uti, and then continue after it has been resolved, at the same time adding reconstitution of normal bowel flora with probiotics or cultured unpasteurized yogurt. Good luck and hope this clears up soon. ...Read more
What causes cramping pain in the bladder after ovulation? Started when I started having sex? Been treated with antibiotics before
Can bladder infec. Antibiotic be the cause 4 a burning sensation inside my vagina? After having sex my spouse had the same pain on penis
Trace of Leukocytes trace blood in dip test. TAH 10 weeks ago. Bladder resection. 1course of antibiotics & no bugs.bladder, tummy, back pain. Causes?
Your UA result: Trace leukocytes is actually a fairly normal finding and not really associated with infection. You had recent surgery, so I would expect to see mild inflammation (leukocyte esterase) and likely trace blood as well. I would be concerned with large blood and nitrite positive or large leukocyte esterase. Large WBCs also some concern. Yours is fine ...Read more
What causes bleeding btwn periods? Currently treating a yeast infection, on antibiotics for uterine/bladder inf. Also, had a cyst rupture 2wks ago.
Doc found that I have a bladder infection caused by gbs. Protocol is iv antibiotics in labor automatically even if I test negative at 38 weeks. Why?
Risk to baby!: Or early-onset disease, group B strep most commonly causes sepsis (infection of the blood), pneumonia (infection in the lungs), and sometimes meningitis (infection of the fluid and lining around the brain). Similar illnesses are associated with late-onset group B strep disease. Meningitis is more common with late-onset group B strep disease than with early-onset group B strep disease. ...Read more
Can A UTI Feel Like Period Cramps? Also, Cause Waist Pain I Was Told By My Doc I Have An Infection In My Bladder I'm On Antibiotics But In So Much Pa
I have chronically low potassium. I have a bladder infection & need antibiotics. Are cephalosporins safe or can they cause electrolyte disturbances?
Safe: Cephalosporin antibiotics do not often cause electrolyte problems and would probably be safe for you to take. ...Read more
Working all day causes pressure on the bladder what can I do. Feels fine at night. Just finished all antibiodics for uti.?
Consider stress : Stress or anxiety can trigger sensation of need to urinate frequency and goes along with symptom free nights. U took antibiotics for a UTI & some utis are resistant to prescribed antibiotics. So it's worthwhile getting a urine test if you continue to have urinary symptoms, in case you still have a persistent or recurrent uti. Good luck. ...Read more
I have been having bladder issues and dr been given me antibiotic but not helping the pain! What should I do?
Bladder work up: You need further testing. First a pregnancy test is needed. Next a urinalysis with culture and sensitivity should be obtained to make sure you have an infection and you are taking the right antibiotic. You should also undergo a pelvic exam with cervical cultures obtained and consideration may be given to a pelvic ultrasound, especially if the aforementioned studies do not reveal the cause. ...Read more
Not to my knowledge!: Some antibiotics can cause diarrhea with soreness around the backend, but specifically affecting the tailbone is unknown to me. ...Read more
The Best ways to treat UTI's are to first confirm that ones symptoms are from a documented bacterial infection. This is confirmed when a urine sample has been sent for culture and sensitivities and a bacterium grows and a panel of sensitivities is listed. This process usually takes 2 days.
Pending the sensitivities the medical care provider selects which antibiotic would be best for the patient. ...Read more
48 year female bladder infec.I'm allergic to all antibiotics. My dr put me on leviquin that was the only one I could take my body had a reaction to that?
Desensitization: This is known as multiple drug sensitivity syndrome. However, i strongly urge you to consult an allergist who will likely give you guidance on what abx you may be able to tolerate. I have had good success with many patients with your kind of problem and am sure my fellow-allergists can do the job just as well if not better. ...Read more
Omnicef (cefdinir): This is an orally taken third-generation cephalosporin antibiotic which should probably be reserved for specific situations in which less broad spectrum drugs might not suffice. There are many drugs available that are less expensive, less likely to alter your normal flora, and just as likely to cure your bladder infection. ...Read more
UTI: There is a wide variety of antibiotics available with which to treat uti. Your doctor will select the one they feel is most appropriate for you. ...Read more
Depends.: Depends upon who you ask. Various specialty groups make different recommendations, local resistance patterns and patient characteristics may modify the choice. Top three are probably nitrofurantoin, Ciprofloxacin or levofloxacin, and septra (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim). All are potentially good choices. But there are many other good choices. If culture is done antibiotics may be tailored. ...Read more
Yes: You will probably require 3 days treatment only, though. ...Read more
You probably cannot: Cystitis is usually treated with antibiotics for a short period. Would not trust otc products or "natural" remedies. ...Read more
Should not: The best thing to do is to see your doctor, be appropriately diagnosed and treated. If this is bacterial and untreated it may extent upwards and produce kidney infection. ...Read more
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