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I have a constant pressure on my bladder I have had all sorts of tests to rule out possibilities and it is not a UTI what could it be ?

I have a constant pressure on my bladder I have had all sorts of tests to rule out possibilities and it is not a UTI what could it be ?

Unclear, but: If all bladder eval is normal, i would think of unusual things like endometriosis if you are a female or uterine fibroid. Also, an empiric trial of Azithromycin is worth doing due to poss atypical infection like chlamydia and ureaplasma whether a man or woman especially if sexually active. An eval by gyn is advisable if female. I forwarded your question to urology for input and suggestions too. ...Read more

Bladder (Definition)

The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more


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I'm experiencing constant bladder pressure and irregular heartbeat, what do I do?

I'm experiencing constant bladder pressure and irregular heartbeat, what do I do?

Unrelated: Those symptoms are not likely to be related in any way. You have 2 separate issues. The cornerstone of treatment is an accurate diagnosis. You need both symptoms evaluated. ...Read more

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Urine culture negative, still have back pain (kidney area), frequent urination & constant bladder pressure, suffer hypertension and BP is also raised?

Urine culture negative, still have back pain (kidney area), frequent urination & constant bladder pressure, suffer hypertension and BP is also raised?

See doctor...: If u-culture from properly collected urine at not taking antibiotics, the report is correct. And backache at "kidney area" has been frequently misinterpreted as kidney infection. Frequent voiding and constant bladder pressure need to be evaluated for bladder function, lifestyle including eating and drinking, and possible pid, etc. But related with high bp..? See dr. To piece all things together... ...Read more

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Have to pee constantly but can't empty my bladder fully. Pressure feeling on my bladder. No pain or oders or burning. What could this be?

Have to pee constantly but can't empty my bladder fully. Pressure feeling on my bladder. No pain or oders or burning. What could this be?

Here are some...: Your urinary symptoms deserve a check up to assure the ability of bladder emptying & bladder holding urine as well as no UTI. How to get these things done correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you surely gain much insight on how to work with doc so to reach right Dx for right Rx, care, & counseling. ...Read more

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Urine that sometimes thin stream and feel bladder pressure. constant urge urinate. feel discomfort after ejaculate can it be prostatis?

Urine that sometimes thin stream and feel bladder pressure. constant urge urinate. feel discomfort after ejaculate can it be prostatis?

Maybe prostatitis: Prostatitis certainly could cause all these symptoms. So could overactive bladder, maybe without a prostate problem. See your doctor; this isn't something that can be self diagnosed or treated. ...Read more

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What can cause bladder pressure issues and no infection present? sometimes pelvic pain and constant tingling urethra

What can cause bladder pressure issues and no infection present? sometimes pelvic pain and constant tingling urethra

Bladder pressure: There are times when a person could have this sensation plus urgency to urinate. If there is no infection (confirmed by tests) then it could be do to non-specific irritation. However, when you have pelvic pain there is no simple answer. You need to have a medical evaluation right away. Blood tests, and possibly CT scan would be ordered. Take care. ...Read more

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