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4mm stone 1.5cm from UVJ no symptom for4 wks but now v. strong bladder ache & feel need to pee all time - does this mean stone is now in bladder?
Renal colic: No. It likely means that the stone is lover in the ureter and likely in the UVJ itself. Small stones often get hung up in that location causing intense urinary complaints. Remain well hydrated and follow up with your physician. ...Read more
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
4 wks ago CT show stone 1.5cm from vuj - 3 weeks with no symptoms but last 3 days I get bad bladder ache & urge to urinate - will stone pass soon?
It should: You did not mention the diameter of the stone but if it was 1.5cm from the UVJ if was probably small enough to pass spontaneously particularly that you are on tamsulosin.If the pain becomes worse you should contact your urologist and she/he can extract it endoscopically.Cystoscope goes through the urethra and you will be asleep.You shoud be straining your urine so the stone can be analysed.Be well ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In the morning when I get out of bed my bladder is aching. This continues for 2 hours after I have been to pass urine. What's happening? Thanks x
I had to hold in my pee all morning today, when i went, it was very brown, i've had no problems prior to this. Now my bladder is ache what could it be?
What causes the feeling of a full bladder that aches but u dont need 2 go. No burning either. Yellowish 2 clear normal pee. Especially after drinking.
Bloated tummy for 6 months, burning pain in bladder, back ache, burning feeling inside vagina, now blood in urine
See a doctor: Sounds like an infection, but you should get that checked out to make sure it's nothing more serious. ...Read more
Good question: Bladder lining is full of sensory nerve endings. Cystitis or UTI affecting bladder cause unflammation of lining which irritates sensory nerve endings & can cause ache, soreness, burning pain with, frquency of urination & can also cause involuntary bladder contractions which coul;d result in wetting accidents. ...Read more