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Bladder Chill Symptoms
Numbness in hands, feet with odd sensations of pain and feel extremely cold I have had numerous symptoms starting with my bladder and needing to constantly urinate. This started on august those symptoms have somewhat subsided and now I have numbness in ha
This is a very concerning state. First, have you changed or started any medications lateley? Have you had any other symptoms, like fevers, chills, having the light bother your eyes, or a stiff neck? It sounds like either myelopathy (spinal cord dysfunction), a mild meningitis (inflammation or infection of the covering of the nervous system), or neuropathy (nerve dysfunction) and you should probably have an MRI of your cervical spine (the spine in your neck) and brain. If those are normal, you should have a very thorough evaluation by your neurologist, as there are a number of conditions that can cause those symptoms. This is not a condition I would move slowly on.
Best of luck, I would also (given the serious nature of your symptoms) consider looking into seeing a neurologist or neurosurgeon at a major teaching hospital in a major city to make sure you get the most advanced care available. ...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
Swollen left gland, very bad bladder infection and fatigue. Little tiny left ear pain but, only when I clean it. No cold or flu symptoms in a long time.
There is no: Reason to be worried about the angle of the bladder. Symptoms or problems with bladder control like leakage or frequency can sometimes be related to poor support of the bladder or urethra or can occur with totally normal anatomy. You should have a gyn evaluate you. ...Read more
None...: Cyst of urinary bladder is extremely rare and even non-exists. In an extreme condition of urachal cyst, that is congenital, even not within the boundary of bladder. At times, a congenital bladder diverticulum may be mistakenly perceived by laypersons as a cyst; that is what I guessed. So, to make clear for me to answer your question to the point, would you please clarify for us? I'm here to help. ...Read more
Pain urgency: Intense urgency & pain in the pelvis. ...Read more
Infection: Infection should be ruled out.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bladder strep germs: Bladder strep germs are usually group b streptococcus, which are common germs in the colon, which don't have much difficulty getting into the bladder (which is why always to wipe front to back). The symptoms are those of an ordinary bladder infection, burning, frequency, urgency when you pee. Sometimes the germ causes no symptoms. The problem is greatest during pregnancy as it can infect baby. ...Read more
Varies individually: Gallstones can be asymptomatic. If concurrent inflammation occurs can have right upper quadrant pain, nausea, vomiting, back pain, sometimes chest pain, often related to eating fat containing foods. Sometimes stone if large enough and obstruct gall bladder duct or common bile duct. Jaundice may result form common bile duct obstruction. If symptomatic should consult your doctor. ...Read more
Discomfort: Fallen or prolapsed bladder means the vaginal tissue overlying the back bladder wall is pushing out through the vaginal opening. The tissue should be moist, and when it is protruding, it dries out a bit. This condition also makes it easier to get a bladder infection because the opening of the bladder is distorted, and the bladder doesn't empty well. A pessary or surgery can help. ...Read more
P. aeruginosa: Pseudomonas aeruginosa can cause community-acquired or nosocomial (hospital-acquired) urinary tract infections. Community-acquired UTI usually develops in people with prostatitis, urinary tract obstruction, prolonged courses of antibiotic therapy, and recurrent infections. ...Read more
Frequency: Bladder surgery is often done for prolapse by placing the bladder in a more correct anatomic position. Sometimes people struggle to completely empty their bladder after surgery. You will get infections, frequency, and have the feeling of incomplete emptying. Talk with your doctor about this. ...Read more
Pee, pee, pee: Some bladder symptoms are difficulty peeing in a public urinal (shy bladder syndrome in social anxiety disorder), urinary urgency (feeling like you have to pee often in generalized anxiety disorder) ; fear of urinary tract cancer in hypochondriasis, and fear that your body smells of urine in some more rare psychotic disorders. ...Read more
Cigarette smoking is major risk factor (50-80% of cancers, risk associated with duration and intensity)
● arylamines (2-naphthylamine) and aniline dyes
● in developing countries, schistosoma haematobium ova are deposited in bladder wall and cause chronic inflammation, squamous metaplasia, dysplasia; 70% of tumors are squamous cell carcinoma.
Symptoms are painless hematuria, urinary obstruction. ...Read more
I had a bladder washout for trapped e coli but I still have the same symptoms. Why hasn't it worked?
Unusual treatment: Bacteria only get trapped in bladder if they are embedded in bladder stones, there is a narrow neck bladder diverticulum or you had bladder enlargement surgery resulting in xs mucus production within bladder so bacteria can hide & multiply. Bladder symptoms r cured by eliminating infection with antibiotics, or meds or procedure to facilitate bladder emptying.? Get 2nd opinion. C a good urologist. ...Read more
I am 27 years old and no bladder symptoms feel like I am freezing at night but my fiance says that I am burning up what could it be?
Doctor can evaluate: For symptoms like these, a primary care doctor can evaluate to see if there is reason to suspect a medical disorder. It make take more than one visit, and the doctor may order some blood tests, such as blood count, blood chemistries, thyroid hormone levels, etc... The patient can write down her symptoms on a big calendar to take to the doctor. ...Read more
Fiancé was prescribed Myrbetriq (to see if It would work) for unknown bladder issues. Symptoms seem to be worse. Should he discontinue? Thanks!
May be retaining: If he is retaining urine then Myrbetriq may make it worse. My recommendation would be to call your doctor and explain the symptoms. Your doctor may order a ultrasound of your bladder pre-and post void residual to get a better idea of the bladder pathophysiology. And if symptoms are getting worse on the medicine is suggested stop the medicine but to definitely call your doctor to inform them that you have stopped ...Read more
Gallbladder attacks often follow fatty meals, and they may occur during the night. A typical attack can cause
■steady pain in the right upper abdomen that increases rapidly and lasts from 30 minutes to several hours
■pain in the back between the shoulder blades
■pain under the right shoulder. ...Read more