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Frequent Urination Swollen Ankles
Painful urination but little comes out, urge to urinate, vaginal itching, and swollen ankles. Could these be signs of UTI?
UTI: Yes. You have a urinary tract infection. ...Read more
Fluid retention: Edema of the ankles has several possible causes such as simple fluid retention from hormonal factors,excess salt intake,prolonged sitting, varicose veins,heart,kidney,liver disease,certain medications,etc.You may have to be examined by a physician for diagnosis and advice.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 swollen tonsil. Shallow lumps on back of tongue. Frequent urination with urge to go. Little comes out. Help.
Here are some ...: Frequent urination may result from UTI, incomplete emptying, inability to hold urine (OAB), or over fluid consumption, etc. So, pack up the info of the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, & progress of Sx over time for analysis + physicals + possible tests so to deduce possible causes for proposing Rx/care timely. Yet, what you saw in the throat may not be related with voiding Sx; check. ...Read more
Day 2 and my vagina feels swollen shut very painful when walking siting standing no discharge or odor starting to feel very nauseas frequent urination?
I had broken ankle surgery 5 weeks ago & since have experienced nightly frequent urination. Urinalysis was clear, no uti. Could swelling cause this?
Should i wait and take her to urgent care tomorrow? My daughter 21 sprained her left ankle badly a week ago saturday. She was seen and a gel splint applied. She has noticed frequent urination since sunday and the frequency is increasing causing her to go
It : It sounds to me like she needs to be seen by your primary care physician or local emergency room physician. She may have an infection or other problem that needs evaluation. ...Read more
I was told I have a cyst in my brain and for the last week or so i've been waking up with headaches and frequent urination also my neck is swollen front and back what is this
With : With your history, it is important that you contact your doctor or your neurologist with these symptoms as soon as possible. Since they are more familiar with what kind of cyst you have, where it is located, and your other medical history, they are the ones that will best be able to know if your symptoms are related to your cyst and what you should do from here. Good luck! ...Read more
I have noticed a small lession on the base of my penis, frequent urination, pain in uretha, and swollen lift node in left groin. no rashes or blisters?
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