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Dormant Kidney Stone Cause Burning Urination
Burning urination is a general descriptive term denoting an over-sensitized state of urethral lining secondary to injury by inflammation from bacterial UTI or STD-related urethritis or physical trauma, and its severity may range from just feeling a tad of irritation on urine flowing passage to unbearable pain leading to inability to relax to pee. In short, it is ...Read more
Peeing pain ?UTI: Pain on urination associated with kidney stones can occur as a stone is passed thru the urethra, & sometimes if a stone is stuck in the bladder at lower end of ureter. Kidney stone symptoms are primarily severe flank or abdominal pain & blood in urine either visible or microscopic. Some people pass "gravel" or stone fragments. Uti must be excluded with pain on urination, thus urinalysis needed. ...Read more
Uti/ kidney stones: Kidney stones can definitely cause UTI's and life threatening kidney infections. They can also cause, when fragments are excreted, urethritis or inflammation of the urethral mucosa that may cause symptoms as described. Abdominal pain, persistence of symptoms, fever, nausea/ vomiting among others, would be alarm signs for a possible evolving infection. ...Read more
How could bladder/prostate/urinary tract infection cause 1. fatigue? 2. burning sensation while urinating?
No and yes: I am not a urologist but, 1) highly doubt it, 2) most definitely 'yes.' If you a re experiencing these I recommend strongly seeing a doctor for help (most primary care doctors can do this) , good wishes. ...Read more
Yes: It can occasionally but if it continues consider seeing a doctor to make sure there is not an infection. ...Read more
Many things : There are other organs how long the flank the size of kidney including on the left side the spleen on both sides the colon, you have a liver there, the pancreas, and other things. These are things you should discuss with your physician ...Read more
Yes: Flank pain is a common symptom of ureteral stones, which are kidney stones which have "dropped out" of the kidney and entered the ureter, the tube which carries urine to the bladder. Blockage of urine flow causes stretching of the kidney and ureter which is sensed as flank pain, often severe, sometimes radiating to the lower abdomen or groin and causing nausea/vomiting/sweating. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unclear: You may be passing the stones or stone fragments through the penis. Alternatively you could have a urinary tract infection. Does it hurt when you urinate? If you have a urinary tract infection and "blocking" stones, this could be an emergency. Best to consult your urologist. If you get a fever >100.4 f, go directly to emergency room. ...Read more
No uti. No kidney infection. Flank pain present. Freq/urgency felt. Symptoms for 1 month. Sometimes feel pain in groin. Mucus noticed in urine. ?
Flank pain: F 34 from US: notes: no uti. No kidney infection. Flank pain present. Freq/urgency felt. Symptoms for 1 month. Sometimes feel pain in groin. Mucus noticed in urine. ? ANS: If I were ur Dr would ask u about family/personal Hx of kidney stones & do a good history and exam again looking for cause. ...Read more
Can Overactive Bladder cause: constant feeling of urgency doesnt go away? occasional split stream urination?
Yes - see comments: Urgency suggests overactive bladder(OAB). However split stream suggest bladder outlet obstruction(BOO). Causes of BOO include BPH, urethral stricture, primary bladder neck obstruction, bladder neck contracture. It is common for BOO to cause OAB. BPH is present in only 8% of 30-40 year old men, so it's quite possible you don't have BOO, or have one of the other causes see http://bit.ly/1wHjHAy ...Read more
Kidney stones on both sides, possible infection (antibiotics all gone), nauseated, difficulty urinating?
Urologist: The issues you mentioned are not suitable for this forum and you should consult a urologist at your earliest convenience. Wish you good health! ...Read more
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more
Solutes precipitate and combine to form stones formed of calcium oxalate usually around a nidus of uric acid. Other solutes that form stones are ca and mg phosphates, cystine, and uric acid staghorn calculi form in the presence of chronic urinary tract infections. Stones can be painful, may require ...Read more
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