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Constant Urge To Urinate
Infection possible: Urgency (the urge to pee) can be a symptom if infection or of irritation. Drink more fluid today (without caffeine, sugar, salt) and get checked. The sooner you treat a urinary tract infection the better. They will not usually go away without treatment. Avoid scented soaps, bubble baths, detergents, fabric softeners, etc, to. If you have fever, vomiting, or pain in back or belly, etc.to ER. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
I feel like I can't get all of my urine out. Like I have to push it and it still isn't out all the way. And I have a constant urge to urinate. ?
Infection, maybe.: You may have a urinary tract infection which can cause these symptoms. See or call your doc today or consider a Healthtap Prime consult: a reasonably priced virtual visit with a doc, where you can be evaluated and treated, if appropriate. Much cheaper than an Urgent Care visit! ...Read more
I have a constant urge to urinate when i actually don't need to, and when i need to go hardly anything comes out and it's uncomfortably tickly. Why?
Probably infection: Increased urinary urgency, increased urinary frequency, and discomfort when urination are all signs of a urinary tract infection (uti). If symptoms of UTI are present, a simple lab test of the urine can be done, and if confirmed, can be typically treated quite readily with antibiotic medication., . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
UTI: Sounds like a urinary tract infection. See your pcp. ...Read more
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. ...Read more
Diagnose it first...: To know what is, we minimally need: a good hx to review ; analyze the feature, degree, ; course of lower urinary tract symptoms; confirm if bladder empties well and urine is not infected. After putting available information together, the following steps may be taken: behavioral modifications with timed voiding and fluid moderation, avoiding coffee and caffeine-related drugs, judicious use of drug. ...Read more
Medications: This is a very common finding. Assuming that your have a negative evaluation by your doctor for things such as blockage, infection, etc., medications are the mainstay of treatment. If this fails, and your are a male, then prostate surgery is an option. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I suddenly developed a relatively constant urge to urinate which is only somewhat reduced after I empty my bladder.
What to do if there's been a constant urge to urinate for 3 wks, with zero relief! not a uti. 23 y/o female! please help!?
Many causes: It is possible you have chronic pelvic pain syndrome. There are many causes of nonbacterial and noninfectious cystitis.Not enough space here to discuss in detail. You should see a urologist for cystoscopy,possible bladder biopsy and an accurate history with a urination diary.and a review of any medications you are taking,seeing if there is residual urine remaing after urination. Good luck ...Read more
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