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Bladder Infection Frequent Urination
Basically, decreased urination is in 1 of 2 forms: (1) urinating less total volume in a day than usual, or (2) urinating fewer times per day (or not at all) than usual. The former is oliguria, the latter is anuria. The problem can be caused by a variety of factors, from kidney disease, to bladder / prostate / urethra probs, to simple lack of volume (dehydration). Use HealthTap ...Read more
Can a uti/bladder infection cause dark stool? Only symptoms I've been having in frequent urination. But know I noticed dark stools.
No: They are not related.Get a more detailed answer ›
Im having frequent urination, pain when bladder empties, and foul odor. Can this be STD or bladder infection. No vaginal odor that I've noticed.
Could be either: Please get medically evaluation. Take care.Get a more detailed answer ›
I'm on nitrofurantoin for a bladder infection since Wed and am not getting better. I have severe lower back pain, nausea, vomited once, frequent urination without bladder sensitivity, headaches, full body pain/sensitivity/tenderness, tingling in my feet a
Consider the ER: if nitrofurantoin were going to work for you, I would think that you should have some improvement by now. It may be that the bacteria causing your UTI are not sensitive to that antibiotic. If your lower back pain is that severe, I would consider calling your doctor or going to the emergency room. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wanted to know if i had a possible bladder infection. i have creamy white like milk discharge, cloudy urine, frequent urination, and a fish-like odor that’s not super strong but i can tell it is there. ?
You need to contact your doctor and likely need a urine examination and may be urine culture. You may also have vaginitis and it would be prudent to see your doctor.
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I have pressure on my bladder, frequent urination and pain in my pelvic area and bladder. No infections, no ovarian cysts, no diabetes. What is wrong?
Polyuria. Causes:: Partial list: overactive bladder, consuming large fluid volumes, diabetes mellitus or insipidus, bladder stones, interstitial cystitis, bladder or urethral diverticulum, bladder polyp or tumor, pregnancy, enlarged prostate, inflammed bowel or appendix pressing on bladder, anxiety, chronic kidney disease preventing water reabsorbtion after initial blood filttration, medication, esp. Diuretics. ...Read more
I urinate before and after sex and still get frequent bladder infections, i shower daily and I do wipe front to back. Why does this happen?
There are : Other things to try but this needs to be explored with a urologist. ...Read more
For two years now ive had burning when I urinate ive been tested for bladder infections,also urinary track infections and nothing?
Here ares some...: Glad to know you've been tested to be (-) for UTI. It's useful to know if the burning has been consistent or sporadically, severe & unbearable, or mild and tolerable-just occasionally annoying, If mild & sporadic, look into if the burning is related with lifestyle in oral consumption or sex-related acts such as sex-enhancing creams or stools or "violent" acts. More? Ask doc timely... ...Read more
Hi, i keep getting bladder infections. Burning sensation while urinating and the frequent need to urinate throughout the day with little urine passing. I have been on cipplox for a week but my symptoms continue. I recently had a blood test and normal?
See a urologist: Several factors can lead to recurrent bladder infections: Kidney or bladder stones, Bacteria entering the urethra during intercourse, Changes in estrogen levels during menopause, Abnormal urinary tract shape or function, An inherited risk of developing bladder infections (genetic predisposition). If you have two or more culture positive infections in a six month period, you should see a urologist. ...Read more
I would like to ask you from a medical standpoint some of the reasons why cystitis or bladder infections/inability to urinate or urinary retention continue to occur in a 33 year old female. my kidneys have been checked and my bowel quite completely. Yet,
There is a : Condition called interstitial cystitis where u have inflammation of the bladder wall and symptoms present just like a chronic UTI. Urine retention and urinary tract infections can also be caused by abnormal pathology of the urethra or ureter at the point of entering the bladder (ureterovesicular junction or UVJ) which will promote UTIs. U need a cystoscopy from a Urologist to diagnose and treat. ...Read more
Ive had white dead skin looking floaties in my urine for weeks. Alot! I get silent bladder infections too. Could this be a sign of a bladder infection?
May be normal...: Before further use of antibiotics, make sure to get urinalysis (UA) with/without urine culture. If being free of UTI symptoms and having no WBC or RBC in UA, most likely, cloudy urine could be normal in alkaline urine with PH>6.5, resulting from the presence of amorphous phosphate crystals, which commonly seen in vegetarians. Ask Doc for more detail.... ...Read more
I have gotten two bladder infections in two weeks. I took it in the first time and I'm currently taking it again. I have blood clots in my urine?
My doctor has diagnosed me as (possible m.S.) I am having problems with constant bladder infections. Why does my urine feel heavy, smell awful, ?
Chronic UTI: Multiple sclerosis and other neurologic issues may adversely impact on bladder functioning. This may lead to include bladder emptying, recurrent uti's, and increased back pressure on the kidneys. You should see a urologist and a neurologist. You need urine testing, renal and bladder ultrasound and you may need your bladder function tested with urodynamics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urinalysis and: Urine culture + sensitivities.Positive urine nitrite test for bacteria +/or leucocyte esterase white blood cells confirmed by microscopy will demonstrate a urinary infection.Urine culture will grow any any bacteria present and sensitivities will demonstrate which antibiotics will be effective.Pure bacterial colony count of >100, 000/ml on clean void culture indicates a uti, <100, 000 on cath. Spec. ...Read more
How do docs tell the different between minor UTI or bladder infections and a severe kdiney infection from a urine sample?
What could clear tissue in urine mean? 74 yr old with one kidney removed due to cancer as well as bladder infections.
Cloudy urine at the start of peeing the rest is clear. Is it due to std, sti, uti, prostatitis, epididymitis, bladder infections or kidney infections?
Probably okay if...: Have you felt some change in your usual voiding pattern like burning urination or urethral discharge? Did you get urinalysis with properly collected fresh urine, which should be the minimal yet surest way to confirm if having UTI etc. What you described could be normal to reflect some amorphous phosphate sediment in alkaline urine followed with clear urine. So, seek evaluation & counseling... ...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
Breast infection, also known as mastitis, indicates inflammation of breast tissue or overlying skin. Most commonly mastitis is caused by bacteria which has entered the breast tissue through a break or crack in the skin, often near the nipple, resulting in swelling and tenderness. Most often mastitis is associated with breastfeeding or physical injury to the breast and ...Read more
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