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Frequent Urination And Bloated Stomach
I'm 40. Feeling bloated for more than a week now with frequent urination. Discomfort feeling both in upper & lower abdomen. Should I get colonoscopy?
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
3 days ago awoke to clogged left ear. Frequent urination with only a trickle no other symptoms. 2 days ago bloated abdomen & now pain in lower ab?
Decreased urine: If you are making less urine, this can be critically serious: you need to have your kidney function checked-- this can be a real emergency. If on the other hand, you are making the same amount of urine in a day, but have to go often due to bladder irritation, it might be a bladder infection. The clogged ear may not be serious. See a doctor today for the urine problems and ask about the ear too. ...Read more
Red eyes during menstruation with headache/migraines, frequent urination, forgetfulness, bloated abdomen. Does it mean I have an estrogen deficiency?
Menstrual migraine: Most women experience an increased frequency of migraine attacks around the time of menses. Managing menstrual migraine is difficult; most patients with menstrual migraine will not respond to traditional migraine therapy See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for a professional treatment. ...Read more
Gas, bloated, increased waist size, swollen abdomen, pain= lower abdomen, back & leg, constipation, frequent urination & pain in sex. Overian cancer?
Was treated for trich/yeast mith metronidazole when both tests were neg! Still have frequent urination and bloated belly. What do you suggest?
Vag lab test due to frequent urination and bloated belly. Urine test neg. Do "moderate" pmns and "few" bacteria mean anything? Treated for trich.
Foreign language!: Lab language is like a foreign language. Pmns are 'polymorphonuclear neutrophils, ' and they are a type of white blood cell that fights infection. That they were moderate in amount may have meant that they were fighting off infection (doing their job). 'few' bacteria is probably normal. Remember that we have normal bacteria in the vagina, throat, bowel, etc. Our urine is supposed to have none. ...Read more
I'm having pain in middle of back on left side it radiiates to abdomen. Frequent urination with constant urgency painis 5. Should I go to ER tonight?
I see spots of blood when I urinate I have been having frequent urination for a couple months (pain free) but I now sometimes have random pain in my lower right side of my abdomen I also see blood (light pink in color) when I wipe myself after urination.
2 weeks should be okay, however if your pain becomes severe, you can go to the emergency room. Also, any increase of bleeding, or signs of bright red blood need to be assessed immediately.
Blood in the urine, along with lower abodominal pain can be attributed to a urinary tract infection or a kidney infection. Aggressive body cleanses can certainly potentiate these infections or cause trauma to your GI tract, kidneys and bladder, due to the flushing nature of the cleanse, if not directed by your doctor.
Be sure to advise your doctor of the cleanses, the location and severity of the pain, how long the pain lasts, what you are doing on onset of pain and how often you notice blood in your urine. Remember, go to the er if pain becomes severe or if you notice bright red blood in your urine. ...Read more
If a person have no diabetic & us scan of abdomen also normal then what can cause frequent urination?
Frequency: In men consider prostrate- prostatits, or may be infected w chylmydia. Need evaluation by physician. Other causes would be interstitial cystitis, an over active bladder more commen in woman but men get it. This is dysregulation of electrical system controlling bladder. So need more info- does it happen if run water over hand, or go from warmth to cold outside. List symptoms how why what when and. ...Read more
I'm very bloated with frequent urination. I don't have pain. When I urinate I feel like my bladder didn't empty?
Be checked for sure: Now is time to go to be checked out if you indeed can empty bladder or not, or something else; do not try to wishfully wait out. To get these done rightly, one needs more info on specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms + physical exam + testing timely as needed. How? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you can work closer/ better... ...Read more
What causes frequent urination, little excretion, pain on left side of abdomen and urine culture to be negative?
Pain abdomen right side, frequent urination. Pain is sharp & consistent. The pain sometimes seems slighting higher.
This could be a kidney stone. You should get a urinalysis and see if there are any red blood cells or leukocytes. If a stone is suspected you will need a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis.
This could also be due to several other conditions. You should see a health care professional to help confirm the diagnosis in any case.
I hope this helps. ...Read more
There are many possible causes of your symptoms and you need to be seen by your doctor as soon as possible.
Without complete history, physical exam, and lab tests there is no straightforward answer for you.
If you can, please keep me informed. ...Read more
What would cause frequent urination in small amounts, bloating, and dull to sharp pain in the abdomen and hot flashes?
My husband had a partial left colectomy about a year ago. Recently he is experiencing painful and frequent urination as well as abdominal discomfort.
5 yr healthy f frequent urination for a wk dr did urinalysis normal should I worry about tumor pressing on bladder he felt her stomach ok what to do?
Frequent Urination: It appears that a UTI is ruled out, but sometimes diet, especially certain foods high in sugars when they are digested and, of course, sweet beverages, will make her urinate more. A tumor is vanishingly remote as a possible cause, but there could be developmental issues with her urethra or bladder that contribute. If the sx don't clear, I suggest an evaluation by a urologist. ...Read more
Having frequent urination for last 6 months. Now having pain in abdomen when it needs to urinate. What is it?
Uti: The most likely explanation is infection. A urinary tract stone is also possible. ...Read more
Rule out BPD II: Asking your ob/gyn for a psych consult who specialise in that area, we have had a lot of females on antidepressents got unmasked on manic episodes.Estrogen receptors are same as serotonin receptors so girls are happy in pregnancy, as the baby is out, girls are down, no wonder why, estrogen, is down, serotonin, is down, so antidepressent is always not the answer. ...Read more
Possible prostatitis: A urinary tract infection or, much more likely, a non-bacterial inflammation or irritation of the prostate would be a common cause of pain or discomfort associated with urinary symptoms and changes in erection quality. You are also at the age where many other factors, including age, begin to affect the ability to obtain and maintain an adequate erection. Recommend you see a urologist to evaluate. ...Read more
Need to see doctor: It sounds like you have a urinary tract infection. You need to go to a doctor or clinic and have them check your urine. If it is not the problem then they may have to do a pelvic exam as some sexually transmitted diseases can also cause frequent urination. Please be seen by a healthcare professional as soon as possible. If not treated these types of infections can cause serious problems. ...Read more
Low right abdominal pains, frequent urination, slight fever, not eating properly... What do I have?
Possible Appendiciti: Get checked please.Get a more detailed answer ›
I've been experiencing abdominal discomfort, frequent urination and back pain for more than 2days? What could be the problem
Lower left abdoman, back pain, frequent urination is little bit foamy. Feeling something empty and dry in the both side of abdomen after urinating.
See answer: Unable to make a diagnosis on basis of only your symptoms. Certainly a UTI would be definite possibility. Typical UTI symptoms: urinary urgency, frequency, voiding small amounts, burning with urination and bladder pressure lower abdomen. If UTI extends into kidney: sicker, fever, chills, flank/abdominal pain. Also, number of GI or gyne problems can cause abdominal discomfort. Need further eval. ...Read more
You: You may have a urinary tract infection. Pain involving your back could be due to things like a kidney stone, kidney infection or referred pain from appendicitis. Appendicitis can sometimes begin around the belly button and then eventually migrates to the right lower quadrant of the abdomen. If your abdominal pain is severe, recommend that you be evaluated at the emergency room now. A surgical problem needs to be ruled out. ...Read more
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