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Does Pseudoephedrine Cause Uti
A urinary tract infection (often called UTI) is most commonly caused by bacteria and usually refers to an infection in the bladder. Not all bacteria that grows from the urine represents an infection, so the need for antibiotics is determined by your ...Read more
Can head heaviness be caused by anxiety? I have chronic head heaviness for many years. When I take pseudoephedrine, it gets better. How can i treat it
Lower stress yoga: Lowering stress, exercise, relaxation exercises, meditation, yoga, mindfulness, tai-chi, mindfulness, prayer all light up the frontal lobes. A good actuarial assessment with the MMPI-2/MMPI-A gives an objective computerized clinical interpretative report to find anxiety. Unstructured exams are not as sensitive-specific. Diagnosis then treatment. 8 sessions 50% better, 25 more, 25% better. ...Read more
Could OD of pseudoephedrine cause alpha-1 receptors to remain highly sensitive and despite normal catecholamines, keep np, palps, etc. high?
Equal: Interesting question. In general most receptors start developing tolerance after a while needing higher dosages to have similar effects. Saying some would be more susceptible than others is a subjective question. In my opinion and experience all should be affected equally ...Read more
Several possible: Causes including having sex or having a short urethra or having a stone in the bladder for instance. Several ways to decrease frequent bladder infections are to void immediately after sex, increase water intake, decrease or stop soda pop, cranberry supplements. If this doesn't help see a doctor. ...Read more
Bacteria: Usually men do not get uti's as frequently as the urethra tume from the bladder to the outside world, is longer than in women affording better protection from bacteria on the skin. If the prostate is large, as it gets as we age, or it there is a stricture (an obstruction in the tube) then the bladder may not empty and residual urine in the bladder is more likely to become infected. ...Read more
What is the best way to constantly keep your pH range steady ? I'm trying to see is this could be a cause of getting UTIs frequently.
Vigorous intercourse: Usually the body foes a pretty good job of keeping the pH steady. You can acidify the urine with cranberry juice. Another possible reason for the problem might be vigorous intercourse which may push the bacteria into the bladder and cause your infections ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
R/O VAGINITIS V UT: SX May be a UTI VS Vaginitis the cause can be multifaceted you need full exam , UAC&S pelvic exam cultures/labs and STD SCREEN to determine diagnosis and treatment options. MONISTAT only treats yeast infectionFirst line normally Macrobid/Bactrim/Cipro. Seek prompt medical attention. Some peoe anatomical have shorter urethra/Frequent Sex/Kidney Stones can increase UTI frequency ...Read more
3 easy, 2 hard: 1) wipe front-to-back only, 2) avoid taking bubble baths (clear-water baths only, then shower/soap/shampoo after), and 3) if you are sexually active, make absolutely sure you urinate immediately after sex. There could be some anatomic abnormality that needs to be corrected and would need x-rays and surgery. Some women have to take a preventive antibiotic every time after sex. ...Read more
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