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Can kidney stones with size of 5mm cause decreased urine output? I was diagnosed yesterday and today I think that my urine output is decreased.

Can kidney stones with size of 5mm cause decreased urine output? I was diagnosed yesterday and today I think that my urine output is decreased.

No: Unless kidney stones are stuck in the ureter, the tube leading from kidney to bladder, it will not result in decrease in urine output, unless both kidneys are simultaneously blocked which is improbably. If stones get stuck it isvery painful. ...Read more

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Urine (Definition)

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


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Why there is decreased urine output in respiratory disease ?

Why there is decreased urine output in respiratory disease ?

It is not a rule: I don't think that it is a rule. Urine out put can increase or decrease in respiratory disease. ...Read more

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I've never had any kidney trouble before but my urine output has decreased significantly and I have intermittent pain in my lower l back and l abdomen?

I've never had any kidney trouble before but my urine output has decreased significantly and I have intermittent pain in my lower l back and l abdomen?

?renal failure : Your symptoms are concerning for kidney failure which is a very serious situation. You need a work up as soon as possible. Causes of kidney failure include infections, autoimmune disorders, diminished oral hydration and others. Visit a doctor. ...Read more

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My infant has decreased urine output and is teething. Is the decreased urine output something to be concerned with? He is eating and drinking normal.

My infant has decreased urine output and  is teething. Is the decreased urine output something to be concerned with? He is eating and drinking normal.

Yes: Decrease in urine output may indicate the start of dehydration. It is not often associated with teething. If your child is not having the same number of wet diapers, even though he is a happy child- at no time should it be dismissed as insignificant. ...Read more

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Having decreased urine output. I think it's just withdrawal and seems alarming but I'm afraid withdrawal symp. Will keep making start Clonazepam back?

Having decreased urine output. I think it's just withdrawal and seems alarming but I'm afraid withdrawal symp. Will keep making start Clonazepam back?

No.: There are different reasons for decrease urine output and is not necessarily due to Clonazepam withdrawal. Please go and see your doctor who can order some tests to find out the reason. ...Read more

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Started taking Prozac (10mg) five days ago. Urine output seems to be decreased. Is this a side effect and at what point should I be concerned?

Started taking Prozac (10mg) five days ago. Urine output seems to be decreased. Is this a side effect and at what point should I be concerned?

No: Prozac doesn't generally affect urine output, but amount of water you drink certainly does. Is your urine a dark yellow or brown color? If so, it's likely that you're dehydrated -- and drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day would help! ...Read more

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Fluid intake not decreased, urine output has. Usually urinate frequently & a lot, now a couple drops every few hrs. No symptoms. Be concerned?

Fluid intake not decreased, urine output has. Usually urinate frequently & a lot, now a couple drops every few hrs. No symptoms. Be concerned?

See a Dr.: You may be retaining urine in the bladder, You did not give an age, but prostate enlargement or inflammation of the prostate may cause these symptoms. Prostate enlargement is very common in men over 50. ...Read more

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Increased urine output? I did have a CT scan of my chest yesterday, I heard that the dye can cause increase urine the day after. Is this true?

Increased urine output? I did have a CT scan of my chest yesterday, I heard that the dye can cause increase urine the day after.  Is this true?

We'll sort of: the older X-ray dyes or contrast media were hypertonic and did cause a dieresis. Urine output would go up. The newer nonionic media might cause a slight increase. It is still advised to drink water afterward to flush those hardworking kidneys ...Read more