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Dysuria: If you want to treat dysuria, you need to see a physician and have a urine culture sent off to find out the bacterium that is causing your urinary tract infection (UTI). You will also be prescribed an antibiotic to treat it. If you have repeated UTI's, you should see a urologist to see if you have an obstruction causing these UTI's to recur. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
See MD or Urologist: We can not answer your question as we don't have enough information. How long you have had this problem and what treatment you have received. I suggest you consult your doctor if not done already or see a Urologist ...Read more
Does the Nexplanon cause uncontrollable bladder and cloudy/burning pee? I've had it since Aug 2015. ?
No: Look for other potential causes, d/w with your HCP ...Read more
I had burning pee for two days and it was yellow and it hurt after I went i drank a bunch of water and it cleared its self up any worries?
One time symptoms?: A healthy college-aged guy who has burning while peeing, only for a couple of days, and then is normal again, but has no reason for the symptoms (no genital trauma, no changes in his urine, not having sex, no sexually transmitted infections, etc...) might be ok. If having sex or having changes in his urine, his doctor can do urine tests, which can include screening for some STD infections. ...Read more
Can chalmydia symtoms show up over 1 1/2 year later (i had burning pee and yellow discharge for a few days) rather than the 1-3 weeks after contact?
Yes: chlamydia can have no symptoms at all that is one reason it is readily passed. ...Read more
My gf is having shooting pains above and below her belly button. It's been mild recently until now. She has burning pee a few days ago but it went awa?
Possibly STD?: Not sure what you question is but you are describing your girlfriend with upper and lower abd pain and also with dysuria (painful pee). These symptoms may represent an STD like Gonorhea or Chlamydia, or possibly a urinary tract infection. I would see a doctor for a urine test to find out the diagnosis and whether you need to be treated also. Hopefully ypu have been using condoms. ...Read more
I had anal to vaginal sex with my husband and I ended up with an infection (burning pee)the next day. Does that mean my husband got infected too?
Probably not: Sex sometimes triggers urinary tract infection in women. Going directly from anal to vaginal sex can do it, but sometimes vaginal sex alone also can result in UTI. It's not because of infection from the partner, but your own bacteria. He dosn't need treatment. (Unless either of you is at risk for STD, like having other partners recently.) See a doctor for diagnosis and antibiotic treatment. ...Read more
May still have UTI: Those are symptoms of UTI or injury to the urethra or bladder. Even though culture may be negative, you may have a viral uti. Frequent sexual intercourse or inserting a foreign body into vagina also may cause these symptoms. Other rare causes of cystitis (infection of urinary bladder) may be a stone, tumor, blood clots in the urine, and others. If your symptoms persist, i would consult a urologist. ...Read more
Please seek: Medical evaluation. Need to rule out an urinary tract infection. ...Read more
See answer: Vaginal itching is a common problem and usually either due to an infection or irritation. The three most common causes of infectious vaginitis are bacterial vaginosis, yeast, and trichomonas all of which are usually associated with odor and/or discharge. Non-infectious vaginitis are usually caused by an irritant: vaginal sprays, douches, perfumed soaps, scented detergents and spermicidal products. ...Read more
Itchy entrance vagina started two days ago as my period started , no odor or discharge , on and off burning pee cause I rubbed . Help ?
May be yeast: The only way to know what this is is to be examined by your doctor. It may be a yeast infection. If an over the counter yeast medication solves the problem then most likely that's all it was. Other possibilities include heres, lichen sclerosis, lichen simplex chronicus, allergic reactions and psoriasis. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
Vomiting & dirrhea since 1130 am. Can't keep anything down including water. Pain in ribs burning pee. Worried bout fluid loss cuz meds.
I am a virgin & i did sit ups & after i noticed pressure on pelvic floor hurts, spasming randomly & burning pee sometimes. Strained muscle you think?
Possible: A strained muscle is possible. Doing sit ups should not be associated with developing a uti. Keep well hydrated, and if you do not clear please see your doctor. ...Read more
Urine test white blood cell high, but urine culture=normal. No burning/pee UTI symptoms. Slight upper right-side pelvic discomfort. if not UTI, what?
Pelivic pain what goes into lower back on sides no UTI signs nor burning peeing frequently an more tired why?
Unclear: Pelvic pain in women is typically related to either urological, gynecological or gastrointestinal issues. Pain may be referred to the low back from any of these areas. If you are not having new urinary (blood, burning, frequency) nor vaginal symptoms (change in discharge, STI), pain and fatigue may be related to constipation from mild dehydration. Try increasing water intake to start and reassess. ...Read more
More details: Is that question or a statement? If burning is occuring, are you referring to urethral burning, or some other anatomic area? Burning (or dysuria) is often a symptom of a urinary tract infection. Having a medical appointment to check your urine for infection is an easy first step. ...Read more
Burning urination is a general descriptive term denoting an over-sensitized state of urethral lining secondary to injury by inflammation from bacterial UTI or STD-related urethritis or physical trauma, and its severity may range from just feeling a tad of irritation on urine flowing passage to unbearable pain leading to inability to relax to pee. In short, it is ...Read more
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