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Bladder Pressure At Night
Waking up 3 times at night to visit the toliet for 3 nights. Last week there was pain at end of urinating. Now no more pain but freq increase at night?
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
Nausea: Nocturnal nausea, with no symptoms during the rest of the time, could be due to indigestion, going to bed with too much food in your stomach or abnormally delayed emptying of the stomach. Reflux doesn't seem like due to absence of heartburn, belching or sour eructations but could still be a possibility. Avoid eating late at night and avoid greasy or fatty foods which delay stomach emptying. See MD ...Read more
Urinary incontinence and pelvic pain. Urologist can't detect issues. Light dribble during the day. Heavy at night. Don't feel it.
My mother BP increase at mid-night to around 140 levels.In daytime its ok.Doctor has advised BP medicines.She sometime feel breathing problem at night?
BP: BP of 140 is a bit high but not too bad. I suggest you have your mother check her blood sugar before breakfast and again at bedtime. If the levels are always less than 150, Mom (and you) can relax. If any of her levels over a week or so are too high, she must see her primary doctor or an Endocrinologist. Please keep me posted. ...Read more
Normal HR is 60-100: but 57 is not that far from normal. If you are in good shape you can have a slow heart rate when relaxed. You say you are dizzy and anxious but I bet you are not dizzy while in bed at night. It looks like you had an echocardiogramm so I assume you have discussed this with your doctor already and he found nothing wrong. I would focus on good sleep and avoid taking your pulse at night. ...Read more
Sleep apnea: Sleep apnea, which is shallow breathing, alternating with awakening and gasping for air, can be associated with conditions such as restless leg syndrome. People with sleep apnea often have risk factors for diseases of the arteries, like peripheral arterial disease. Either way, you should have a thorough history and physical examination, by your doctor, to get you started on treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are kidney infections worse at night? Healthy 22yo female. Lower left pain, excruciating at night. Some burning in urine. Tender where kidney is.
Pain: Two issues. First, you really need to see a doctor asap. The symptoms you describe have the potential to be due to a very serious condition. Secondly, pain is often worse at night because you are inactive, your mind focused on only the pain, and it keeps you awake. It may not really be worse but feels that way. Am really concerned about your other symptoms. Please go and see somebody today, . Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Eyes hurt when I look around. Headaches at night. Legs ache at night as well as sore throat at Night and elevated body temp and moderate fatigue. ?
Get checked: This can be a concerning constellation of symptoms and it would be wise to schedule a visit with your primary care doctor. It may not be anything serious, but better to be safe. ...Read more
Is blood pressure always at 100/72 for years bad for me? Feeling dizzy sometimes (pulse at 109, mean arterial pressure at 81 and pulse pressure at 28)
Can't sleeping at night. Very tired during afternoon, but impressively active & awake at 4a.m. Nauseous during day pga lack of sleep?
You might be...: ...a night owl with a morning bird schedule. Or your normal sleep-wake cycle might be disrupted by the long daytime hours of during summer time in the extreme northern & southern parts of the planet. It's complicated. I suggest you go to mayoclinic.org--patient information--diseases & conditions and get info on insomnia. Best wishes. ...Read more
Does waking up for 5 minutes to go urinate in the middle of the night count as interrupted sleep?
Nocturnal urination problems? Lately, I've started waking up in the middle night, at least two-three times, as I need to go pee. Is this normal?
Nocturia : When assessing nocturia it is important to know the volume a person is voiding. If a person is evacuating a completely full bladder, i.e. high volume nocturia, there is no bladder issue, there is a fluid issues. Fluid issues can be from excessive intake, from recumbent position related fluid shifts, as well as renal, endocrine or cardiac issues. Low volume nocturia is related to bladder storage. ...Read more
Snoring while awake, difficulty sleeping,severe pain in heel n knees when ambulating from bed to bathroom at night.
Her BP increase at mid-night to around 140 levels.In daytime its ok.Doctor has advised BP medicines.Why BP increase at night??What to do??
Nocturnal bp: Some people have their highest bp in the evening after the day's activities, evening meal, salt and possible caffeine intake or even more stress and anxiety. I don't think a bp of 140 itself warrants antihypertensive medication unless the diastolic level is over 80 or daytime bp is more than 140/80. Lifestyle modifications like salt restriction,weight loss if overweight,etc should be tried first. ...Read more
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