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Difficulty & decrease urination. Lower abdominal & back pain on right side after urinating. What could be the cause?

Difficulty & decrease urination. Lower abdominal & back pain on right side after urinating. What could be the cause?

Multiple: Could be bladder infection, but with back pain on right sounds more like kidney infection or kidney stone. See if there is blood in urine. Increase fluids, sx persist, seek medical attention ...Read more

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Ive been having unprotected sex for a week, I now have difficulty urinating & pain on the left side of my stomach and back. What could it be?

Ive been having unprotected sex for a week, I now have difficulty urinating & pain on the left side of my stomach and back. What could it be?

Nonspecific : Pain in these locations does not identify a single diagnosis. Difficulty urinating needs a bit more investigation to come up with a diagnosis as well. If you're worried, see a primary care provider for a proper evaluation. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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Pain in flanks & low back radiating down both legs, Occ bad chest pain/mid back pain, difficulty beginning urinating & defecating. Kidney problem?

Pain in flanks & low back radiating down both legs, Occ bad chest pain/mid back pain, difficulty beginning urinating & defecating. Kidney problem?

Spine?: Whole there are many nonspecific symptoms here, a problem with one or more of the discs in our spine could be a cause. Best to see your primary care provider for aide complete evaluation. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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I have left side mid/upper back pain and llq pain w/ difficulty urinating. My urine is cloudy/smelly. No fever do I have a kidney infection?

I have left side mid/upper back pain and  llq pain w/ difficulty urinating.  My urine is  cloudy/smelly.  No fever   do I have a kidney infection?

Cannot diagnose: See a doctor and get evaluated. This is not an internet issue. Face to face consultation following a detailed history, physical exam and some labs will be valuable. Hope you do not have this. ...Read more

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Had l5-c1 herniated disc yea. Sever gluteal muscle pain 4 weeks ago. Since 4 days i'm having lower back bone pain. Difficulty & Pain urinating. ?

Here are some ...: Go to confirm no UTI, poor bladder emptying, etc. by physical exam + testing UA & residual urine. As to managing the potential consequence from nerve compression affecting bladder nerve, work with Doc so to decide what and how. In the meantime, try to urinate on regular basis + using one of alpha-blockers to help relax bladder opening and prostate urethra. Hopefully, all things in lower spine will ...Read more

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Had runny nose and watery eyes during the winter and dr told me to get any OTC med and I have been usingotc allegra 180mg for 2 yearsthinking that it should be taken daily, had bad experience like extreme anxiety , upper back pain , difficulty urination,

Had runny nose and watery eyes during the winter and dr told me to get any OTC med and I have been usingotc allegra 180mg for 2 yearsthinking that it should be taken daily,  had bad experience like extreme anxiety , upper back pain , difficulty urination,

Side-effects?: If you have negative symptoms which you can attribute to medication you have been taking, stop taking it. Fexofenadine may cause headache, dizziness, diarrhea, vomiting, pain in arms, legs, or back, cough, hives, rash, itching, difficulty breathing or swallowing, swelling of the face, throat, tongue, lips, eyes, etc. Difficulty with urination would be unusual. See your doctor to make sure. ...Read more

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For past three days I am experiencing a lot of left side back pain. But i don't have any problem in urinating. Why is it happening please suggest?

Left back pain: At your age (unless you are severely overweight) arthritis in very unlikely. If you are active with sports, muscles are more likely to cause pain. If the pain persists for more than 2 days, you should see a physician for proper evaluation. ...Read more