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Holding Urine Too Long Cause Chest Pain
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
Could a little hiatus hernia cause prolonged chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, diarrea?Did a catheterism, all was ok but chest pain continues
It may: A hh may cause some chest pain as the small intestine pushes up and "herniates" through your diaphragm near the cardiac area, thus causing "heart burn" and chest discomfort. Anxiety associated with this can cause many of the other symptoms as well. Keep getting evaluated and treated, best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pain in bladder area, bladder feels full but not much urine comes out + weak stream. No frequent urination but when urinate feels pain.
Here are some ...: You need to be checked out if you have UTI or inability to empty bladder or to hold urine with detailed general Hx/ voiding pattern/ lifestyle, etc., physicals, urinalysis, residual urine check, etc. so to deduce possible causes before proposing reasonable Rx/care. So, go to seek urologist timely; online inquiry and guess would not be enough to pinpoint your current urological concerns. ...Read more
Can bad posture when sitting down cause slight chest tightness. There is no pain whatsoever.I tend to hunch over alot. Stress test, ekg, chest xray was normal. Only feels tight when i sit, sometimes?
Posture?: Posture does have an effect on body functioning. If you know you slouch, work to ways to improve your posture. As a thought, if you are overweight and sit slouched over, the compression of your chest over stomach can cause that tightness. It is great the medical tests were negative, so improve your posture and follow up with your doctor if the tightness continues. Be well! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Calf pain: Calf pain is not typically from a tight belt, however it can be caused by sitting down for long periods of time. Movement such as walking, stretching, biking, swimming and jogging can increase the blood flow and decrease the risk of blot clots in the lower legs. If you are having pain or tightness in the back of both calves you must go to urgent care as this can be life threatening! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tight throat when sitting down (worse sitting down) could this be due to gastritis/gerd? Not as bad standing / walking but am having sob clean xray
Could hormone problems cause high blood pressure and excessive urination for 2 months? No bacteria in urine. Feel like peeing right after using toilet
What can cause pain behind right ear that radiates down neck into arm? Pain increases with inhaling and stops when holding breath. No cold symptoms.
Radiculopathy: Pain that radiates down the arm can reflect a cervical radiculopathy (shooting pains due to a pinched nerve in the cervical spine). I'm not sure what to make of the association with breathing, although conceivably a pancoast tumor (a tumor a the top of the lungs) could cause the constellation of symptoms you describe. A tumor would be very rare, but see your physician if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Short sharps pains in front and backribs and ache pain between shoulder blades. No issues breathing. Heart ok. How to tell if lungs or muscoskeltal?
Yes: Oftentimes when there is pain in one joint, we will overcompensate with our other body parts, and . Cause excessive wear and tear on them. By standing on bad knees, for prolonged period of time, this may lead to bad posture, and overcompensation and ultimately worse musculoskeletal back strain ...Read more
Can checking yout blood pressure too often (20x per day) cause arm pain or nerve damage. Occasional arm pain no other symptoms.
Infection or Stone: The most common cause of pain with urination is likely a bladder infection. Infection causes inflammation and tenderness of the urethra, so urine passing through it burns. Another common cause - especially of the pain is sharp and/or associated with passing lots of blood - is a small kidney stone. Anything that damages the urethra (the tube where urine exits the body) can cause pain. ...Read more
22wks pregnant and tummy pains under ribs. What can cause this? No protein in urine and normal BP but tight chest
Preg chest pain: Would call you doctor or go to ER today-as soon as posssible. May be gastritis/GERD(try ranitidine/prevecid) ,gallbladder but could be more serious issues like clot , pericarditis( pain with breathing? ),appendicitis ( everything is displaced) even asthma ( unlikely if no history), but you need to be checked out chest pain in a pregnant individual is serious. ...Read more
What causes hip/groin discomfort? Happens only when i'm sitting or laying down. Along w/ constant overfull feeling in pelvis. Going on more than a wk.
See doctor: This requires a visit to a doctor and i would urge you to do it soon. ...Read more
Does holding your breath while lifting weights cause brain damage? Holding breath for over 30 seconds.
Unlikely: venous congestion and some swelling can occur. Breathing is a good thing! ...Read more
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