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Cannot Urinate After Catheter Removal
I have pain in my urine pipe while getting erection after removal of catheter, its been 4 weeks since removal. What's wrong?
Here are some...: Why & how long did you have indwelling catheter? Generally speaking, catheter-related expected discomfort - dysuria, will linger and fade in time but with a widely variable pace among the patients. So, it's worthwhile to wait & see as long as getting better day by day. Besides, always taking antibiotics x 3-5 days & do urinalysis with or without urine culture in 2-3 weeks after catheter removal.See 1 more doctor answer
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
UTI?: Some pain (dysuria) can be experienced after removal of a foley catheter. But if pain persists more than 2 days after removal of the catheter, I would recommend being checked for a urinary tract infection (uti).
Pain in the tip of penis 4 weeks after Foley catheter removal before/during urination. What can be causing this? My doctor tells me this can't be
Meatitis or UTI: First thing is to have your urine tested for any bacterial uti, especially after having a recent catheter. You can also have inflammation at the penile tip (called the meatus) that can be painful as you've described. If there is no infection, then a prescription for Pyridium (phenazopyridine) can useful for analgesic effect.
Hello- I am suffering from urethal stricture that occurred during catheterization in the hospital. Removal produced blood. Urination now is painful?
See below: If the catheterization occurred recently the pain may be to inflammation and/or infection in the urethra. Speak with your physician because you may an antibiotic. It's also possible you may have a bladder infection. Medication for pain can be prescribed and is also available OTC as Azo.See 2 more doctor answers
Yes.: The irritation caused by an indwelling urinary catheter can manifest as urgency and frequency. With time, these symptoms should improve. If these symptoms do not improve, or you have a fever, this could be a sign of a urinary tract infection and should prompt an evaluation with a urine culture.
Possibly: Unfortunately catheter insertions don't always go completely smoothly and can irritate the tissues of the urethra.
Grandpa age90.prostate gland enlarge. No urine output. Dr gave tablts n urine catheter for 2 weeks. Will he recover in tblts? If not recover wht next
Urinary retention: Enlarged prostate can lead to difficulty in emptying bladder. Inability to void can lead to kidney damage. Depending upon degree of difficulty, alpha blockers can take several days to relax prostate. 5ARIs can take up to 6mo to take effect. For immediate relieve, doc will place catheter either via penis or above pubic bone. Catheter can stay in place or placed intermittently. Avoid allergy&cold rxSee 1 more doctor answer
After using catheter, the whole day I suffer with uncomfortness and little pain every time I urinate. Why is that? Any solution for this problem?
Time: "azo, " "cystex, " "uristat" or similar can help numb the urinary tract if discomfort is severe, and are all over -the-counter. Should not use for more than 36-48 hours. If discomfort persists after med wears off, then should be seen by dr / urologist for exam.
Is it common to have brown merky urine with bloody streak three days after a Foley catheter is placed?
See below: Common? No. Possible? Yes. If this does not resolve after a few days, or if it gets worse and you get additional symptoms, go see your doctor to make sure you don't have an infection.
How exactly is a catheter used to collect urine inserted into a women, through which opening? Does it hurt?
Urine no sensation after a surgery. To recover this medical mistake I attempt 2, surgery. Still no sensation and still using catheter since last 2 yr?
It depends: It is really depend on what kind of surgery was done first time and why you end up with no sensation ant not what kind of surgery you had second time having a catheter for two years will make situation worst as far as feeling concern of course you need a temporary solution for your urine that coming I suggest something called Texas catheter or a condom catheter for now
I have been using a disposable catheter to release urine for the past 3 yrs due to a nerve problem. Is there a way which this can be reversed to norma?
Unlikely: It sounds as if you have something called a "neurogenic bladder." In most cases this is due to chronic infections or spinal cord damage, neither of which are reversible generally.
Yes: This can happen. You should call your doctor right away to let them know.
Yes,: It's a tube and called intubation, but normally endotracheal intubation is what's thought of
A catheter is a thin plastic tube that is inserted into the body to obtain fluids/blood or give medicine. So some catheters can be placed in the veins and medicine given directly into the body, IV fluids given or blood sampled. A catheter can be placed in the bladder ...Read more
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