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Does Change In Metabolism Result To Frequent Urination
I've been eating healthy for about 3 1/2 weeks now. Watching nutrition and cut out processed. Is frequent urination common with diet change?
It is not uncommon!: The thing that seems to cause diuresis (increased urination) for most people with diet change is the significant reduction in sodium that comes with eating healthier/avoiding more processed foods. Often, when people lose more weight the first week or so on a "diet", it is chalked up to "water weight." Your body soon equilibrates. Remember, healthy drinking of more water also leads to more urine:) ...Read more
I have heavy secretion during sexual arousal and frequent urination. What tests to do? What it might be? My current result in profile.
What are tests that could determine what is causing my frequent urination. I had a test and got a negative result for diabetes and a uti.?
Many: There are numerous tests. It can be range from blood to urine to ultrasound to mri. Instead of viewing only tests, it would be good to have a complete history and physical. There are many causes besides diabetes and a uti. There are other causes such as siadh, sepsis, pregnancy, and others. ...Read more
What can be the cause for frequent urination without pain and no change in color? It usually happenes around ovulation. Been a week since my ovulation
Urinary frequency: Urinary frequency in a female can be due to multiple causes including; urinary tract infection/STDs, overactive bladder, excessive hydration/caffeine intake, interstitial cystitis, pregnancy, multiple sclerosis, bladder stones, diabetes. A good history, physical and routine urinalysis can usually narrow down this differential ...Read more
What are the symptoms that occur when a UTI has reached the kidneys? Have no change in the color of urine but still frequent urination
Bladder infections: Usually do not progress to kidney infections (pyelonephritis). Kidney infections are most of the time the primary infection through bacteria in the blood. If a bladder infection is left untreated and is unresolved spontaneously the individual could become septic (bacteria in blood) and wind up with pyelonephritis. Just get the bladder infection treated while still just that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vyvanse (lisdexamfetamine) states it's not effected by food since it's broken down in the small intestine. Is it's efficacy changed by urine pH or frequent urination?
Efficacy is not: Affected but excretion of amphetamine is after covalent bond between Dextroamphetamine and l-lysine is broken. The percent of dose excreted as unchanged drug varies greatly depending upon urinary ph & urine flow. At low ph as much as 70% of the dose may be excreted as amphetamine in 24 h, whereas as little as 1% may be excreted within 24 h at alkaline ph (j. Pharm. Pharmacol. 21:241-258 (1969). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mood changes, headaches, frequent urination,food cravings, but my last period was April 14th. Could it be? Still too early to tell
Way too early: Unless you want to conceive - use protection whenever you have sex. If you miss your next period, wait a week and do a test. Your signs can be from anything or nothing and may be unrelated to each other. Try to learn factual info about reproduction - it's good to know. Best! ...Read more
Frequent urination, interrupted stream, bladder does not empty easily. Ultrasound ok (no BPH). uroflow - 8ml/s. Diagnosis? lifestyle changes can help?
See Urologist ...: Go to see urologist with detailed info on the onset, degree, duration, progress, evolution, and sequence of events of all symptoms over time for analysis + physical exam + tests as needed so to deduce if your problems result from the disorders in prostate/sphincter area or urethral stricture which would not respond to medical treatment or bladder weakness or those from urethra and bladder. ...Read more
Short temper/mood swings, frequent urination as a result of unquenchable thirst, fatigue, irritability?
Best to see doctor: You could have diabetes insipidus and it could be central in origin. It is best that you see your doctor for evaluation, look at your blood and urine osmolality, and some tests and even look at the brain if needed. I had one with same symptoms and had intracranial process which when treated did very well, and is normal now for the past 10 years or so with no problems. ...Read more
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