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Fever, chills, vomiting, frequent urination, and feeling weak. What could this be?

Fever, chills, vomiting, frequent urination, and feeling weak. What could this be?

Probably: A bladder or kidney infection, although other possibilities are pelvic infection, ectopic pregnancy, or even appendicitis. You need to be seen by a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment.

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Frequent Urination (Definition)

If the number going to pee makes a person feel inconvenient for daily living, it is denoted as urinary frequency or frequent urination, which should be individualized to reflect the function of bladder storage and emptying, urine excretion, and fluid consumption, although AUA defined it as peeing more than 8 times in ...Read more


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Frequent urination, headaches, fever, chills, lower left ab pain?

Frequent urination, headaches, fever, chills, lower left ab pain?

See the doctor: It sounds like you need to see the doctor. There are several things that could cause these symptoms, most will require an evaluation by your physician.

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Last night I had a fever, chills, body and head aches, and frequent urination I thought I had the flu but when I woke up I felt better. Why?

Last night I had a fever, chills, body and head aches, and frequent urination I thought I had the flu but when I woke up I felt better. Why?

Immunity vs Detox: A purely medical explanation would be that you actually did have a viral infection and you have a strong immune system. An alternative explanation might be that your body was "detoxifying". Those toxins had accumulated in your body, and were now being released. As they were released from your cells (because you did something that allowed them to be released, such as rest!), you had symptoms.

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Fever 101f, body pain, frequent urination. No other symptoms. Started all of a suddent about 15 hours back.

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Be checked now...: Go for a timely check-up to assure no UTI or no urinary retention or no urinary stone passage, etc. How to get the related things for good medical care? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wishes to health & recovery...

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My 6 yr old son having frequent urination with no pain and no fever. And has abnormally wet the bed what could be causing these symptoms?

My 6 yr old son having frequent urination with no pain and no fever. And has abnormally wet the bed what could be causing these symptoms?

Several things.: The first thought that came to my mind was diabetes. Frequent urination and urinating at night can be presenting symptoms. Diabetes in a 6 year old is serious. See your doctor.

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Left side abdo pain, pressure in vaginal region, fever, frequent urination but not a lot comes out with very faint blood stain on tissue?

Left side abdo pain, pressure in vaginal region, fever, frequent urination but not a lot comes out with very faint blood stain on tissue?

I would see your doc: You may have a bladder infection. Not all utis are associated with painful urination or bloody urine - in fact, many may have vague symptoms such as what you are describing. I would recommend that you see your physician and have a test for urinary tract infection.

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What can cause white discharge from the penis, frequent urination (painful sometimes), and a fever?

What can cause white discharge from the penis, frequent urination (painful sometimes), and a fever?

STD: Sexually transmitted disease needs to ruled out. Need to consult your Dr. Will require urinalysis, culture penile discharge etc, Hopefully this is benign urethritis and whitish discharge is semen

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Is it normal to have frequent urination 9 days after hysteroscopy, d&c and polyp removed? Not a UTI but frequent urination, no fever, burning, or odor

Is it normal to have frequent urination 9 days after hysteroscopy, d&c and polyp removed? Not a UTI but frequent urination, no fever, burning, or odor

So many factors: Affect urine output (UOP) that it's not feasible to pin one event on a change in UOP. Alcohol, caffeine, fluid retention or loss, certain medications (diuretics particularly), environmental and body temperature are among the many factors that affect UOP. Increased urination can be a red flag for diabetes and other endocrine problems. It's best that you consult a doctor if your'e concerned.

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Painful sore inside vaginal painful urination frequent urination and fever what could this be? Is it serious?

Infection?: This could represent a urinary tract infection. This requires a urine test. See your Gyn or primary care today to get it checked out. Not serious if treated promptly. Hope this helps!

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5 year old with frequent urination and accidents x 4 days. No pain, no fever. Urine culture negative. Sugar also tested in urine and was ok. What could cause frequent urination with negative urinalysis?

5 year old with frequent urination and accidents x 4 days. No pain, no fever. Urine culture negative. Sugar also tested in urine and was ok. What could cause frequent urination with negative urinalysis?

Frequent urination: In a child with negative bacterial culture is often related to anxiety or other emotional reasons. It can also be seen with stool holding and constipation, or related to chemical irritation from food dyes or viral infection. Sometimes medications such as albuterol can cause temporary bladder specificity.

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Is is common with an epidymal cyst to have severe pain, night sweats, loss of appetite, frequent urination and fever?

Is is common with an epidymal cyst to have severe pain, night sweats, loss of appetite, frequent urination and fever?

No: Epididymal cysts can occasionally cause pain or discomfort but would not likely be responsible for the other symptoms you are describing. A physician should evaluate to see what the underlying cause may be.

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3 year old with frequent urination, always hungry, always really thirsty, stomach aches and random fevers. All related?

3 year old with frequent urination, always hungry, always really thirsty, stomach aches and random fevers. All related?

Worrisome pattern: I would suggest you take the kid in and repeat this info to the doc in the next 24 hours. It might be minor, but could also be a significant problem. Type 1 diabetes can show up with this pattern.

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3 year old with fever, constant stomach aches and random nose bleeds. Plus very frequent urination?

3 year old with fever, constant stomach aches and random nose bleeds. Plus very frequent urination?

Many things: Urinary tract infection can cause fever, abdominal pain and frequent urination. Nose bleeds in children is relatively common and usually due to allergies and excessive dryness. A comprehensive exam and lab tests would be required to determine the cause of these symptoms and how many of them are linked.

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