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Frequent Urination No Pain No Burning
Overactive bladder?: I am not sure how long have you been experiencing this trouble, but overactive bladder is a possibility. Utis often come with burning/urgency/frequency, change of urine color/odor, and lower abd/pelvic pressure/pain. Since u have none of these, overactive bladder is possible. Also, if you drink lots of fluid--what comes in must come out. Alcohol/caffeine make things worse. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
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
Many possibilities.: Urinary frequency can occur for many reasons, and finding the cause can often require a detailed patient history, physical exam, or other testing. I suggest seeing your primary care physician for evaluation. If your symptoms are very bothersome, seek a urologist. Keeping a bladder diary for 48 hours is very helpful for the physician: write down when and how much you drink, and when you void. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Feel discomfort in clitoris aftr urination. Throbbing/tingling feeling. No pain during/after urination just discomfort. Cause? No bact. in urine.
Unsure: If that symptom persists you should see your doctor or see a urologist. There are conditions related to the bladder that can present as you describe without having an actual bacterial urinary tract infection. A urologist would usually be able to diagnose and treat those conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lower abdomen pain, lower back pain on both sides, frequent urination, no temp, no nausea, no pain during urination, no vaginal discharge.
Early UTI: Usually a urinary tract infection is manifest by burning, pain, hesitancy, frequency, urgency, nighttime urination, odor, and cloudy urine. You could be having the beginnings of a full-on UTI with just the pain and frequency. This would be worth peeing in a cup to have your fp check you out for infection. Your first day of antibiotics could aleviate all of your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Orange-colored urine may be caused by food dying, foods, drugs, etc... To explore detail, go to: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/urine-color/basics/causes/CON-20032831. Best wish ... ...Read more
UTI: Painful urination is most often due to a bladder infection. Sometimes a urethral infection from a sexually transmitted disease is also a cause. Start with a urine test, and if it is consistent with a UTI then antibiotics will resolve it. If you have any vaginal discharge then you should also have tests for stds. ...Read more
Several months of clitoris discomfort after urination. No infection. No actual pain during urination. No quality of life!
Polyuria: What is your fluid intake? Do you consume much caffeine? Feel hungry & thirsty a lot? Any family history of diabetes? Any medications such as water pill (diuretic) for blood pressure or edema? Suggest visit to doc to check out these possibilities & have urine checked for abnormalities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chills hot flashes low fever frequent urination no pain, burning, or smell. Always clear urine. ?
Vaginal irritation: Yeast is the most common cause of irritation. Yeast creams are available over the counter. After menopause vaginal atrophy from hormone deficiency can be a common cause. Estrogen cream or oral Osphena are treatment options. Skin disorders such as herpes, lichen sclerosis, lichen simplex chronicus and contact dermatitis are other possibilities. ...Read more
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
Infection? Allergy?: At your age of 22, common causes of pain or burning int he urethra or with urination are yeast infections, herpes, and other STDs. Allergy or irritation from perfumes, feminine products, etc also are possible. Keep working with your doctor and make sure she knows your sexual history. Good luck! ...Read more
Pelvic pain after ejaculation only and sometimes right testicle pain. No burn sensations, no discharge, no sores or lumps.
? Duct blockage: Blocked right ejaculatory duct could explain these symptoms. Suggest you consult a urologist. Good luck. ...Read more
I have frequent urination without pain or burning sensation. experiencing urination problem mostly during day times.?
What & volume intake: Frequency during the day usually is a response to volume of intake and the big 4..spices, alcohol, caffeine, and sugar. Medications can contribute such as diuretics. Chewing gum has been studied and can be a contributor. Special supplements such as many teas touted for detox and weight loss. Then overactive bladder condition to be diagnosed by Urologist. Infection would usually be day & night. ...Read more
Sharp, stabbing pain on both sides of lower abdomen. No back pain, no frequent urination, no constipation, and I'm not sexually active. ?
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