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Frequent Urge Urinate
Can a bowel issue in males cause frequent urge urinate constant and bladder pain? Normal DRE and mri
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Having severe groin pains ranging from lower belly down to tailbone.
Frequent urge urination and usually doesn't empty. No bacterial infection?
Possibly: Possible causes of flank pain, groin pain, lower abdominal pain, increased urinary urgency, increased frequency, radiation to the posterior lumbosacral region a common cause by conditions such as kidney stones, bladder infections, urinary tract infection, epididymitis, and prostatitis. To find the exact etiology causing your symptoms, consultation and examination by your physician is recommended. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Visit your doctor: Prostate growth is genetic. However, maintaining a sensible diet and monitoring your belly circumference has been shown to improve prostate health. Also, as you grow older, you will notice that caffeine and sulfites (teas, coffees, wine) need to be moderated because they exacerbate urinary symptoms. See your doctor for more information. ...Read more
Most likely prostate: Prostatic issues are most commonly in play. You could have a bacterial prostatitis, either chronic or acute-less likely, or benign prostastic hyperplasia (bph). Both are treatable and most likely. You need to see your doctor, who may also need to perform a prostate exam and order tests as well. ...Read more
Prostate? Male?: Prostatic issues are most commonly in play. You could have a bacterial prostatitis, either chronic or acute-less likely, or benign prostastic hyperplasia (bph). Both are treatable and most likely. You need to see your doctor, who may also need to perform a prostate exam and order tests as well. I'm assuming you are male. ...Read more
I have frequent urges to urinate, feels like I always have to go even when nothing comes out, also butning?
Just recently started having a frequent urge to urinate, but only while lying down. Do you know why this could be?
I have frequent urge to urinate but sometimes when I rush to a washroom, nothing happens.This is happening for the past 10 days.Please help me soon .
Infection vs other: Depending on gender and age, you may have urine infection even if not painful. Also, urgency happens without infection if the bladder is not emptying well e.g. Prostate enlargement, urethral stenosis, bladder atony (lazy bladder). If not a brief transient problem, need medical attention to protect your kidneys from back up flow that could slow them or even shut them down over time. ...Read more
Cystitis if sorts...: Other causes exist, bot if abrupt, bacterial cystitis, if chronic increasing sx, interstitial cystitis. Discuss this with pcp, or see a urologist. There are treatments for both. (i am ssuuming you are female.). ...Read more
What is the cauase of Painful frequent urge to urinate after i tried to have intercouse last night and now i feel like ovulating.
Cystitis: Irritation of the opening of your urethra is the most likely cause. Trauma from rubbing and bumping while you were trying to have intercourse is the most likely culprit. It should get better in a day or two if not go see your doc. ...Read more
After urinate i feels like strong and frequent urge to urinate again, but only being able to pass small amounts of urine this is cuz of dehydration?
Often I have a frequent urge to urinate but hardly pee at all and on occasion I wet myself before even making it to the toilet, why does this happen?
Infection: For a female these are symptom toms of infection. ...Read more
Cystitis would be #1: Other causes exist, bot if abrupt, bacterial cystitis, if chroin increasing sx, interstitial cystitis. Discuss this with pcp, or see a urologist. ...Read more
Urinary infection?: This could be a urinary tract infection - have it checked out. ...Read more