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Can You Have A Urinary Tract Infection Without Painful Urination
I think i may have a urinary tract infection. It hurts to urinate and my urine is faded and had a strong odor. What do I do?
Painful urination is the high end of urethral discomfort at voiding, which may result from UTI, STD-related urethritis, stone passage, aftereffect of transurethral procedures, but with widely variable expression & intensity reflecting personal tolerance & coping ability. So, interpreting it with ...Read more
I think i may have a urinary tract infection. It hurts to urinate and my urine is faded and has a strong odor. What can I do?
Hi dr okay so the other day my bf fingered me and now i got burning sensation to urinate did he give me a urinary tract infection from fingering deep?
May be: Fingering may or may not be related to the symptoms. It is important for you so see your doctor and get proper testing and treatment for the infection. ...Read more
Hi i was wondering if these sound like the symptoms of a urinary tract infection or of something else. It hurts to urinate and my bladder feels like it is always full. Even when i'm not urinating sometimes it hurts and burns. Also I have some back pains a
UTI/Yes: It sounds like you have bacterial cystitis and possibly pyelonephritis. You may be experiencing some post voiding urinary retention. You need a urinalysis, urine culture and bladder/renal ultrasound. You will need to be treated with a 10-14 day course of antibiotics. Get seen by your md. Hope you fell better soon. ...Read more
I do not hurt or burn when i urinate. Could it be my vaginal area is just irritated? My urine is clear not yellow as with a urinary tract infection.
Other than a urinary tract infection what else can cause a constant slight sense of urgency to urinate?
Many things: There are a number of causes; a partial list includes, stones, neurological diseases, inflammation of adjacent gastrointestinal or gynecological organs, fluid collections or blood clots in the pelvis, some diseases causing bladder lining inflammation called interstitial cystitis, or even bladder tumors can do this. Remember infections are not just bacterial, fungal or viral infections also can. ...Read more
Gram negative bacilli found in urine? does this mean a urinary tract infection? Doc didnt even mention it.i am urinating more frequently but no pain
I have a burning sensation when I urinate and thinks it’s urinary tract infection. What can I use to medicate myself?
Pharmacy and GP:
-Urinary alkalinizers (to stop the burn) such as CitroSoda
-Antispasmodic (to stop urine frequency) such as Urispas
-Anti-inflammatory (for to manage the pain as a result of the inflammation) such as Voltaren
-Drink plenty water.
But if you are pregnant you should not delay seeking medical attention. Same applies if you have a fever. ...Read more
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
My doctor prescribed me a syrup(alkasol) to clear urinary tract infection .Is this what causing me to urinate frequently?
Increased frequency of urination is is not the common adverse effect of sodium citrate.Given that your doctor has told you that you have urinary tract infection, increased frequency is most likely due to your urinary tract infection
get treated with antibiotics, and get urine analysis and culture
advised hydration also. Drink 1-3lit water/d
urine a. And culture neg, check 4 other causes. Be well. ...Read more
Can Urinary Tract Infection exist without burning during urination and with normal urine color? What tests are be used to determine UTI?
In regards to last question i had in regards to small blood in urine i did have a urinary tract infection which was fixed. So could it be serious?
Blood in urine: If you have blood in your urine with no bacterial infection, a cause needs to be found. You could be bleeding from your kidneys, ureters, bladder or urethra. Blood in the urine is abnormal and the cause of it needs to be found. See a urologist for a complete work up for it. Good luck. ...Read more
5 month old son had urinary tract infection without fever&normal us, vcug is recommended its invasive i d prefer repeat urine tests what should I do?
Do the VCUG.: He should have the vcug. It is very important to find out if there is reflux of urine backwards, up toward the kidney, which will predispose to more infections. The ultrasound looks at the size and structure of the kidneys and urinary tract, but not reflux. You can not tell this from repeat urine tests either. Repeated infections can cause damage to the kidneys. ...Read more
If a urine test that is called uwbc is in the 6-10 range is that indicative of a urinary tract infection?
Urinalysis: Generally, we accept no more than 2 white cells in the macroscopic exam. More cells than that are abnormal and often reflect a urinary tract infection. I would definitely repeat the test (it is inexpensive) to make sure it was a "clean" catch, but if it is still abnormal, your provider will want to send a sample for culture to determine the proper antibiotic treatment. ...Read more
Inflammation. : Bacterial infections can cause inflammation/irritation of the lining of your urinary tract leading to traces of blood making its way in your urine. Also explains why sometimes with a bad cold we sometimes see streaks of blood in mucous and phlegm. Bacteria similarly cause irritation of the respiratory tract lining. ...Read more
Mostly: Nitrite reagent in dipstick works for most gram negative organisms, but does show gram positive bacteria like enterococcus, staphlococcus or streptococcus etc.. Latter 2 are considered "skin" organisms but can be cause of utis in some, especially subjects on intermittent catheterization. Leucoocte esterase for wbcs in urine usually but, not always reliable. Urine culture is most reliable. ...Read more
My docotor find blood in my urine she thinks i may have a UTI urinary tract infection but I have no symptoms.Can u explain what it is.Im 9 weeks preg?
UTI: It is not umcommon to have"silent" urinary infections. ...Read more
I have white blood cells in my urine sample, and they said it's not an urinary tract infection, what else could it be?
Genital infection?: Women often have elevated WBC in urine because of contamination of the sample with genital fluids. WBC are common in vaginal fluids, for example, often (but not always) because of infections like yeast and STDs. Also, symptoms of yeast and STDs often are similar to UTI. If you are sexually active and not tested recently for gonorrhea and chlamydia, make sure your doctor knows and get tested. ...Read more
Wbc in urine 92/ul then 18/ul after 1 day. Will creatinine of 159 umol/l normalize after urinary tract infection has been treated?
What does occasional cloudy urine mean? Itchiness that comes with it. Could i possibly have a minor urinary tract infection?
My daughter 4 had a fever--urine results state she has small amount of hemoglobian and Lactose positive gram negative bacilli? urinary tract infection
Incomplete data: To properly label a 4 yo as a UTI you would need a clean catch or catheterized urine, and growth of >50,000 colonies/unit on a properly plated culture media. Just having pee with a germ in it doesn't qualify. The common squat pee collected in some offices is part vaginal wash out and will contain skin contaminant germs. This might or might not be a UTI. ...Read more
It may not!: A urinary tract infection is a clinical diagnosis, and doesn't necessarily hinge on a positive urine culture. However, typical bacteria associated with uti's will test positive within 24hr. Cultures help in choosing the most appropriate antibiotic.However, keep in mind some microbes cannot be cultured, or aren't routinely cultured (e.g. Ureaplasma, chlamydia) - but can be treated with antibiotics. ...Read more
Frequent urinary tract infection. Bladder does not empty properly. Urine culture shows stephalococcus aerius. Please advise next steps.
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
A urinary tract infection, also known as an UTI, may involve the kidney, ureter, bladder, or urethra. A common cause is an intestinal bacteria, E. coli. Common symptoms include a frequent urge to urinate, and pain or burning when urinating. Antibiotics are typically ...Read more
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