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Bph With Obstruction Urgency Frequency Nocturia Hematuria Glucosuria
Severe urinary urgency and frequency, lasting only a few hours and recurring every few weeks. Occasional incontinence and hematuria. Urine tests/culture are normal, no pain/burning. What could it be?
Need to see urolo: Gist. Your symptoms are in many ways consistent with overactive bladder syndrome. It's possible that you always have microscopic hematuria. At any rate, you do need a full urological evaluation to determine the exact diagnosis. www.nafc.org/bladder-bowel-health/types-of-incontinence/... Read about the causes, prevalence, and treatment options for urge incontinence from nafc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anything that creates a blockage of the intestinal tract. You may think of the intestinal tract (stomach, small bowel, large bowel) as somewhat akin to a garden hose. If you kink the garden hose, or twist it, or block it inside, you have created an "obstruction". Most obstructions are a results of previous surgery and most of these ...Read more
What besides a uti causes blood in urine and pain in the middle of your back? I know I have frequency urgency syndrome with Botox procedure coming.
Flomax works perfectly to control urgency, my only BPH symptom. However, it causes retrograde ejaculation. An alternative without this side-effect?
Here are some ...: Nothing is free but always comes with a price. Likewise, using Flomax accompanies with its unique retrograde ejacualtion,which indicates its adequate ability to relax your bladder neck - a part of urinary sphincteric unit. So, if more baby making is not a concern for life now, stick to its use for LUTS. Otherwise, try one of 5-ARIs and see. More? Ask Doc timely so realign your care... ...Read more
Is the only fix for recurrent hematuria in a 75 y.o. with BPH prostatectomy? bladder irrigation needed 2x in 7 wks. Can't have gen anesth. Options?
Dyspneu, dm history, uremia, creatininemia, proteinuria, glucosuria, hematuria, nitrite (-), leucocyte esterase (+), bacteria (+). Diagnosis?
Having bladder pain x 2+wks. No burning/freq/urgency/nocturia. Ua/culture, cbc/chem12 wnl - aside from esr(28), crp(9.4) ra/ana neg. Decreased energy/feel fatigued easily. See uro next wk. Any ideas?
See answer: Most common urological cause of bladder pain, in the absence of infection (uti), is interstitial cystitis (aka painful bladder syndrome) which is a non-bacterial inflammation of the bladder. Usually also associated with a variable degree of increased urinary frequency and painful intercourse. Would also be important to rule out other causes of pelvic pain from urinary, gyne, and GI tracts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 4yr boys dipstick was done at a walk in clinic,for waking up at midnight with pain and urgency to urinate and defecate.he was found to hav hematuria.no fever or any other symptom.from paternal side he has stone and kidney probs.hx.stool culture has bee
Could be.: Could also be posterior urethral valve rare presentation, infection, kidney stones, etc. Hopefully, you were about to write that a urine culture has been sent from the office with the stool culture. http://www.uptodate.com/contents/blood-in-the-urine-hematuria-in-children-beyond-the-basics ...Read more
I get a BPH surgery TURP 3 days ago it was successful surgery but there is still blood in urine with bad burn when urinate any risk will I be better?
Check: Initial part of stream bloody is acceptable 3 days after TURP for BPH.You must be asking for sobody else as you are w8.There is no sush thing as TURP for BPH on a 28 year old.It does not say where you are in the world.Check with the surgeon who did the TUR. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
First 6 days blood in urine. Now constant penis pain, incontenace, small stream, urgency, tissue bits in pee but no UTI after scope 30 days ago. Help!
Urinary problems: You should call the urologist who scoped you 30 days ago for the answer to your question. Your urologist knows your case best of all. ...Read more
2nd dr visit w/protein/blood in urine, strong lower back pain, nausea, no fever or urgency. Ref to urologist in wk. Suspect stone but not moving help?
Benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH) is the condition of enlargement of the prostate, which is an organ that is part of the male urinary system within the body. This can cause difficulty with urination (difficulty initiating urination, dribbling of urine). BPH is due to growth of tissues of the prostate, and is a different ...Read more
Benign prostatic hyperplasia is also known as BPH. Benign prostatic hyperplasia (hypertrophy) is an enlargement of the prostate gland in males that can constrict the male urethra leading to retention of urine, feelings of urgency, etc. If severe enough, it can be treated with ...Read more