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I have lower back pain & urinating a dark yellow urin. Diabetes?

I have lower back pain & urinating a dark yellow urin. Diabetes?

Not a symptom of DM: Low back pain and dark urine isn't a symptom of diabetes. Those with high blood sugars will often have frequent and large amounts of urine and feel thirsty all the time. Please see your doctor to evaluate this problem. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Back Pain (Definition)

Pain in the back is a symptom that can be due to a number of causes including musculoskeletal or neurological problems or due to problems ...Read more


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Red rash on glans penis. Sore penis. Groin pain. Occasional back pain. Urinating frequently. Treated for balanitis with no improvment. 2 UTI in 6 mon.

Red rash on glans penis. Sore penis. Groin pain. Occasional back pain. Urinating frequently. Treated for balanitis with no improvment. 2 UTI in 6 mon.

Penis and Prostate: Wow. This is frustrating for you I am sure. I wish you were here so i can go over all of this one problem at a time. I worried you have a prostate infection extending into the bladder. The back pain is usually a sign that you need appropriate antibiotics. Rash is often fungal or "jock itch". But, staph infections can also infect this area when there is sores. I always worry about syphilis... ...Read more

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I have back pain/frequent urination but not kidney stones, what to do?

I have back pain/frequent urination but not kidney stones, what to do?

Get a urinalysis: Get to a doctor to have this looked at. Simple antibiotics for a UTI might take care of this. Let a doctor rule out more serious issues also. ...Read more

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What to do if I have back pain/frequent urination but not kidney stones?

What to do if I have back pain/frequent urination but not kidney stones?

Get a urinalysis: Get to a doctor to have this looked at. Simple antibiotics for a UTI might take care of this. Let a doctor rule out more serious issues also. ...Read more

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Severe lower back pain after urinating once laid down. What is the cause of this? I have no other symptoms.

Severe lower back pain after urinating once laid down. What is the cause of this? I have no other symptoms.

?kidney stone?: Would consider possibility of urinary tract infection or even involvement of kidney, pyelonephritis, but intense pain of sort you describe would be due to stone within ureter. This could become miserable if not addressed. See your doctor and get this diagnosed ...Read more

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Lower left abdoman, back pain, frequent urination is little bit foamy.Feeling something empty and dry in the both side of abdomen after urinating.

Lower left abdoman, back pain, frequent urination is little bit foamy.Feeling something empty and dry in the both side of abdomen after urinating.

See answer: Unable to make a diagnosis on basis of only your symptoms. Certainly a UTI would be definite possibility. Typical UTI symptoms: urinary urgency, frequency, voiding small amounts, burning with urination and bladder pressure lower abdomen. If UTI extends into kidney: sicker, fever, chills, flank/abdominal pain. Also, number of GI or gyne problems can cause abdominal discomfort. Need further eval. ...Read more

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Presents with back pain, not urinating like used to, high bp, headaches, sometimes tea colored urine other time no color at all w/o changing diet/drin?

Presents with back pain, not urinating like used to, high bp, headaches, sometimes tea colored urine other time no color at all w/o changing diet/drin?

Go to ER: I think this set of symptoms warrants a full work up. Diagnoses can range from dehydration to hepatitis to pyelonephritis. Please have patient seen by a doctor right away. High BP and headache alone are sufficient reason to go to ER. ...Read more

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Hi i have vaginal and back pain i urinate frequently but normally i thougt it might be genital inflammation But it seems not what could be the reason?

Hi i have vaginal and back pain i urinate frequently but normally i thougt it might be genital inflammation But it seems not what could be the reason?

See a doctor: There are too many possibilities and you don't give enough information. If you are sexually active, various STDs come to mind, especially herpes. Yeast infection could explain "vaginal pain" but probably not back pain. Urinary tract infection is possible. How do you know there is no "genital inflammation"? Have you been professionally examined? If yes, follow doc's advice. If not, get seen ASAP. ...Read more

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Tight stomach discomfort, back pain, constantly urination?

Tight stomach discomfort,  back pain, constantly urination?

Pain: Sounds like you have a urinary tract infection but other disorders could cause similar complaints . Best see your doctor and get checked and treated soon :) ...Read more

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Age 40 regular cycle 28-30 days I had lower back pain & frequent urination after my period is this normal? Usually I had this before my period.

Age 40 regular cycle 28-30 days I had lower back pain & frequent urination after my period is this normal? Usually I had this before my period.

Kidney infection?: your symptoms are concerning for kidney infection. Any fevers? Need to see your doctor ASAP for eval. Best of luck. Dr. R ...Read more

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I have dizziness lightheaded fatigue short of breath lower back pain and urinating every hour im very concerned and my dr is not...

Seek evaluation now: Please do not spend more time in online inquiry for your current clinical profile because no one can get to the point for diagnosis and right care. Instead, more info on historu + physical exam + testing as needed. How to have such an important process of care done rightly? Follow instructions described in formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; then you can work closer/ better with doc to gain good... ...Read more

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Low back pain, mid back pain, frequent urination, bloating and pain in Upper abdomen, feeling full without eating much, breast pain. what can this be?

Check for pregnancy : If you are still getting your periods, this may be premenstrual symptoms, but given your age and symptoms you describe you should get a pregnancy test. If you're not pregnant, consider checking for a urine infection. Back pain may be due to musculoskeletal strains too from lifting heavy items, trauma, sleep disturbances, etc.. ...Read more

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Had runny nose and watery eyes during the winter and dr told me to get any OTC med and I have been usingotc allegra 180mg for 2 yearsthinking that it should be taken daily, had bad experience like extreme anxiety , upper back pain , difficulty urination,

Had runny nose and watery eyes during the winter and dr told me to get any OTC med and I have been usingotc allegra 180mg for 2 yearsthinking that it should be taken daily,  had bad experience like extreme anxiety , upper back pain , difficulty urination,

Side-effects?: If you have negative symptoms which you can attribute to medication you have been taking, stop taking it. Fexofenadine may cause headache, dizziness, diarrhea, vomiting, pain in arms, legs, or back, cough, hives, rash, itching, difficulty breathing or swallowing, swelling of the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, etc. Difficulty with urination would be unusual. See your doctor to make sure. ...Read more

Dr. Qamar Khan
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Pain In The Back (Definition)

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Urination (Definition)

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