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Chronic Cough And Frequent Urination
Flank pain on right side right under ribs for a week so far. More frequent urination. Hurts to cough or even lay on that side. Is it kidney infection?
Could be: A urine test will help. Seeing a doctor will allow them to get more detailed history and a physical exam which will help differentiate between other things as U may have a kidney stone instead. Hydrate well in the meantime
The cough reflex is a protective mechanism that uses muscles in your throat and chest to expel mucous and saliva that may contain pathogens that would otherwise possibly be inhaled via aerosol or to expel pathogens infecting the throat and respiratory system. Cough benefits the host by reducing load and benefits the pathogen which may then spread via aerosol. ...Read more
2 liters of soda: What do you mean by "chronic frequent urination"? Is your urine dark, concentrated, or light, dilute? If you drink too much, your urine should be light drinking two liters of fluid/day is that abnormal especially in warm climates. Other things ingested contain water, fruits and soups, for example. If you are not feeling weak nor losing weight, you probably have nothing to worry about.
It could: If there was caffeine in the sodas- which is a diuretic and makes you go to the bathroom- it could cause chronic frequent urination. The same could happen from drinking too much tea or coffee or other beverages containing caffeine (mountain dew) Check to see if your soda contains caffeine- If not- see your physician for additional info about your condition.See 1 more doctor answer
Cause of frequent urination, no appetite, chronic vaginal and oral thrush, and chronic hypoglycemia? I am an uninsured and untreated 23 year old F.
County health clinic: Free care, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. You have multiple female issues which require ongoing thorough evaluation.
My symptoms include chronic dehydration regardless of the amount of fluids I take, severe frequent muscle cramps, frequent urination, low B/P, syncope?
Dehydration: Your symptoms indicate symptoexessive fluid loss & dehydration, it could be diabetes mellitus or more likely diabetes insepidus due to lack of antidiuretic hormone, you must ask your 1ry care physician to refer you to an endocrinologist to for evaluation & workup including routine U/A that might show very low spicific gravity in case of DI or increased sp gr with ketone in case DM
What is it? I have frequent urination (worsened by: at night), leaking urine (worsened by: coughing or sneezing, standing, exercise), sudden urge to urinate and vaginal odor.
It might be UTI?: Your urinary complaints are suggestive of infection in your urinary tract (UTI). This is not uncommon in sexually active females. This can be verified by getting your Urine checked for infection (Urinalysis (UA). Your Primary care doctor can help you with this problem. Besides UA you will likely need TO TAKE antibiotics to treat the UTI.
Female, age 24. Diag. W/ chronic hives a year ago. Past few months: dry mouth, constant thirst (water 84+ oz/day)rapid heart beat, frequent urination.?
See endocrinologist: 4 conditions come to mind: a. drinking too much water from an obsessive urge leading to water intoxication. b. Diabetes insipidus -the pituitary no longer secretes the hormone (ADH) to control the urinary flow. (c)Uncontrolled diabetes mellitus. (d)If you are taking a lot of Benadryl (diphenhydramine) for the hives it would lead to dryness in the mouth->thirst. All of the above require a visit to the doctor.
Frequent coughing. Coughing up yellow/green mucus. Sore throat. Lightheaded/dizzy. Frequent urination. Runny nose. What could cause this?
Frequent urination, excessive thirst, increased appetite but losing weight, headaches w nausea, and chronic fatigue. Possible causes?
Diabetes: Hi. That would be diabetes until proven otherwise. It's easy to test for. If you're diabetic and not overweight/obese, it's more likely type 1; if it's diabetes and you are overweight/obese, it's more likely type 2. Please don't ignore this. See your doc and get tested.See 1 more doctor answer
Chronic headache, frequent urination, daytime fatigue, trouble sleeping. Anxiety from trying to treat headaches. Thin 44 year old female.
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Possible causes of chronic but worsening lower left abdominal pain with simultaneous low back pain? Normal colonoscopy. Frequent urination and gassy.
May need other imagi: May need other imageing like X-Ray, CT, etc. You can discuss this with your physicians.
Can chronic non bac prostatis cause symptoms of frequent urination, blockage feel, sore testes, abdominal pain and neg bacteria tests?
Yes it can: Non bacterial prostatitis, blocked ejaculatiry duct etc could be responsible for your symptoms. Advise consult urologist if you haven't done so far. Good Luck
Chronic ear/throat pain, yeast infect., bladder infect. & constipation for 2 years & for 3 weeks have had nausea and frequent urination, what's wrong?
Illness: Not sure. Multiple complaints. Better start by seeing your physician and get some lab test
I have had a chronic cough for 4 days. I tried everything. It wakes me up out of a sound sleep and I can't eat anything but sherbert.
Chronic cough: See u pcp for evaluation and work up.
Need diagnosis...: The possible causes of chronic cough include bronchospasm from any etiology (ex. Asthma, chronic bronchitis, med side-effect, etc.), gerd, post-nasal drip or a combination of factors. Each of these has a different treatment so treatment depends on getting a diagnosis. You may need to see a lung specialist for a diagnostic work-up followed by treatment. If you smoke, you need to quit!
I got to see my aquaintence I know who has cancer today. I was wondering if I have a chronic cough, but wasn't coughing then, would I ctch cancer brthng?
Not to worry: You can not catch cancer this way. However, your friend might catch a cold from you.
Pls can u advice of name of any cough serups that don't upset/effect stomach, chronic cough, my dr gave me mycodyn and it messes up stomach?
Honey: While Codeine is probably the best cough suppressant it does cause side-effects in many patients and can't be used. Dextromethorphan can be tried (dm) or a teaspoon of honey may help. It may be better to diagnose why you are coughing and find a more specific treatment depending on the reason for the cough.
Chronic cough: Chronic cough needs investigation. Most common reasons include allergies with post nasal drip, acid problems, tobacco use, heart problems-heart failure, and medications. The answer to your question is simple: treat the problem causing the chronic cough. For example, many people who suffer from chronic acid refulx might present with only cough. Treat the reflux and cough would resolve.See 1 more doctor answer
? any medical checks: Your doctor can check and examine you and guide you further. Tell us if you have had much in the way of medical checks or not? Typically cough is caused by either infection (bronchitis) from virus, bacteria or fungus) and a chest X-ray is a simple test to check for it. If there is no infection found, cough can be due to allergy (airway sensitivity) or low grade Asthma.
Personal choice: I'm not sure what 'religious grounds' would stop her from taking good care of her temple but, maybe she has her own reasons. In the end, you can't force her to get evaluated but, you can tell her how her coughing affects you and the relationship. If she chooses not to address it, then you are the one who needs to make a choice- to be with her and not talk about the coughing or to move on...
If the number going to pee makes a person feel inconvenient for daily living, it is denoted as urinary frequency or frequent urination, which should be individualized to reflect the function of bladder storage and emptying, urine excretion, and fluid consumption, although AUA defined it as peeing more than 8 times in ...Read more
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