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What could cause painful and difficult urination?

What could cause painful and difficult urination?

Urinary infection: By far most common cause. Simple urinalysis will rule UTI in or out. Other less common causes can be considered as soon as UTI is ruled out. ...Read more

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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Cymbalta (duloxetine) difficult urination?

Cymbalta (duloxetine) difficult urination?

Yes: Cymbalta (duloxetine) is an snri which means it affects both norepinephrine and serotonin. The norepinephrine causes a pseudoantichoinergic effect like caffeine and decongestants and many others that can make it difficult to urinate, esp in older men with prostate problems. It can also help people with bladder frequency. Caffeine and some otc meds are worse. ...Read more

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Sudden difficult urination with feelng of fullness in vagina?

Dropped bladder: You will need evaluation for possible cystocoele " dropped bladder". ...Read more

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A lump in pelvic area and difficult urinating?

A lump in pelvic area and difficult urinating?

Go see ur Family Doc: Unfortunately, pelvic area is pretty vague as far as lumps go so it's best that you see your Family Doc for evaluation. Perhaps you have a urinary tract infection (either bladder or kidney) or a sexually transmitted disease (where lump represents swollen gland). Usually these infections lead to painful perhaps even frequent urgent urination. Bottom line, go see your Family Doc, GYN or Planned Pare ...Read more

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Pain in area between the genitals an anus burning urination, difficult urinating, retention painful ejaculation pain bowel movement frequently urinating

Pain in area between the genitals an anus burning urination, difficult urinating, retention painful ejaculation pain bowel movement frequently urinating

Pelvic process here: Sounds like all the pelvic organs (bladder, bowels, genitals) are affected. Regardless of gender, this deserves evaluation. Possiblities include: urinary tract infection, abscess, atypical appendicitis/colitis, significant prostatitis (men), gynecologic inflammation (woman), more. Your doctor may chose to start antibiotics &/or check x-ray after examination. Don't delay--make the appt. Today. ...Read more

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Severe vaginal burning , ll quad pain, not uti, std, yeast, products or sex. Painful/difficult urination.Long endo history/ hysterectomy. Kidney stone?

Atrophy?: Atrophic vaginitis or desquamative vaginitis can cause the vaginal symptoms, as can other infections besides yeast, like bacteria and viruses. The treatments are all very different, so you'd need a gyn specialist to sort it out. As far as the llq pain, it may or may not be related, but it could be caused by a stone, or an ovarian cyst. But a kidney stone wouldn't cause vaginal burning. ...Read more

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What is it mean when it's difficult to urinate?

What is it mean when it's difficult to urinate?

Several: This may mean several things. However, it usually means a slow, weak stream, urinary hesitancy, or voiding frequently. One can also void throughout the night affecting one's sleep cycle. ...Read more

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Urination (Definition)

The act of passing your ...Read more