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I have had urgency to urinate and been unable to fully empty my bladder for two months. No pain, sometimes urine is very dark.?
Drink more fluids!: You need to drink enough water so that your urine is clear and if it is dark that means you have not drank enough water. Water is the best because most other fluids have other stuff in it that is not needed; like sugar, caffeine; you also need to see your family doctor to make sure you don't have a urinary tract infection. A ua is easy and can be done at your doctors office or a lab. ...Read more
Urgent care is delivered in an ambulatory setting. Patients arrive without appointments, first come, first served (except in cases of emergency) care that is rendered is often to treat minor traumatic injuries (ankle sprain, broken finger), lacerations, minor illnesses - sore throat, cough, uti. Not a primary care setting - patients are referred back ...Read more
What are possible causes of "urinary bladder incompletely distended" CT scan? Frequent urgency w/ max output 250cc often color is dark 31yr old male
Could frequent urination be a sign of an std? Sometimes urine is dark, but mostly not. I use the bathroom at least fifteen times a day, and its not simply the urge. It doesn't feel like a urinary tract infection; no burning, no feeling of urgency without
Doctor ordering it.: The doctor who orders the ultrasound test usually specifies if the test is to be performed with "routine" or "STAT" urgency. In a true medical emergency, "STAT" (often called "rush" or "ASAP") orders should be used. If the test is ordered "routine, " then scheduling falls upon the administrators of the ultrasound or radiology department where the order is sent. TTYD or use HealthTap Prime to discus ...Read more
Requires attention: Urgency refers to 1) conditions leading to a strong physiological sensation such as the urgency to pee, and 2) a doctor term describing a condition which needs treatment soon but is not a true emergency requiring immediate attention. ...Read more
Mental diversion doesn't work, I tried for 40 yrs (I'm 55). You can't ignore strong biological urges like hunger, sex, elimination urgency. Anyone else?
Biological urges: It is true that some biological urges are ingrained in our actions as humans. All of the above urges contribute to a healthy life and/or propagation of our species. Within reasonable health and cultural boundaries, these urges should not be suppressed or ignored. Good luck. ...Read more
My 41 year old boyfriend urinates frequently and at times with urgency. He goes to the toilet between 2-3 times during the night. What could that mean?
Urgency: He may have an enlarged prostate and should see a urologist to undergo a digital examination and possible blood work. ...Read more
Urine culture came back negative. I'm having trouble with urgency and frequency. What could it be?
GU irritation?: If not UTI something is still irritating your bladder so it reacts with the feeling of urgency to urinate even when empty. Irritation can come from stones in the bladder or from mass lesions around it such as fibroids or enlarged uterus or severe constipation (fecal mass im rectum). If none, check with a urologist ...Read more
I hve urine urgency mainly at night with no or very little urine with no pain, blood or buring sensation? Any help
What doe it mean when you have sugar in your urine? I have a lot of discomfort when I lay on my side and constant urgency to urine.
Uro says I may have sensory urgency no OAB tests all fine just slight pressure higher end scale. Is this diff to OAB? What can help? Already on med
Here are some...: Your evolving and changing bladder sensation and accommodation takes place in personal unique way; thereby your urinary symptoms manifest in a wide variation. The diagnostic terminology is designed and coined for study, comparison, & communication although we are all born differently. Yet, the treatment for urinary urgency & frequency under various name of diagnosis has remained about the same. ...Read more
That is. ..: Feeling one has to go to bathroom in a hurry so to avoid peeing in the pants. ...Read more
Urinary frequency: Any irritation or obstruction can cause urinary frequency - there doesn't need to be an infection per se. A UTI is the most common cause and can usually be identified by urinalysis. An "overactive bladder is a common diagnosis, but retention of urine is often another common cause. Neurologic irritation can cause frequent voiding and interstitial cystitis/bladder ca, too. Needs to be ruled out. ...Read more
Severe HTN: It's more accurately: severe HTN with mild symptoms. Mostly BP doesn't cause symptoms, but when it's very high (we're talking >200/>110 - sometimes much higher), there may be angina, heart failure, or encephalopathy. If severe, it's a hypertensive emergency. "urgency" is a term used for a borderline situation. ...Read more
Broad question: This question is sort of like, 'what does a urologist treat? '. Urinary problems can be cause by enlarged prostates (BPH), prostate cancer, bladder infection, bladder tumor, certain parasites, congenital anomalies of the urinary tract, diabetes insipidus, and many other conditions. Treatments depend on the cause: surgery, certain madications, and dietary habit changes. ...Read more
I found out yesterday I have a suspected myxoma. I want a second opinion on urgency of further diagnosis & treatment?
You can't get a: Second opinion on Health Tap BASIC - we just provide general health information. You could use HealthTap Concierge or a local provider. Take care. ...Read more
What does a specific gravity of less than 1.005 indicate. Other factors. Trace. Blood urgency, pressure, no pain no temp.
Four times this year I've wet the bed....As an adult. I'm 28. It seems my urinary urgency is becoming more prominent as well. Thoughts?
Mirabegron (betmiga) seems to not stop my frequency and urgency so much. I'm on 50mg with flomax (tamsulosin). 4mg. May I need more dosage?
Here are some...: The effectiveness of a drug is not always as good as what claimed by the company. Since you've been under urologist's care for obstructive irritative voiding, referring this Q directly to her/him would be the most logical & beneficial thing to do because your doc knows more about your individual condition than anyone online. Yet, to do things right, follow http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more