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How would I know if I have liver disease with my frequent urination?

How would I know if I have liver disease with my frequent urination?

Liver disease: Frequent urination has nothing to do with liver disease. Frequent urination could be a sign of infection like uti. Read more

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Dr. Krishna Kumar
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Liver (Definition)

This organ plays a major role in metabolism and has a number of functions in the body, including glycogen storage, decomposition of red blood cells, plasma protein synthesis, hormone production, and detoxification. It lies below the diaphragm in the abdominal-pelvic region of the abdomen. It produces bile, an alkaline compound which aids in digestion via the emulsification of ...Read more


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Are lighter urine and increase in energy and appetite levels signs of recovery from liver disease?

Are lighter urine and increase in energy and appetite levels signs of recovery from liver disease?

May be: Jaundice (yellow pigment) in the skin accompanied by dark urine, light color of stool are classical signs of liver problem. These signs become less obvious as the liver function improves, so the lighter urine and increased appetite suggests recovery; however, it is best to check liver function studies to assess what is going on. Read more

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I have orange urine every morning. It is clear after an hour. Is this a sign of liver disease or would the urine be darker all the time? Heavy drinker

I have orange urine every morning. It is clear after an hour. Is this a sign of liver disease or would the urine be darker all the time? Heavy drinker

Drink more water and: Less alcohol. The dark color of your urine is likely due to dehydration and your alcohol intake is at least partly to blame for that.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
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Could frequent urination be related to liver damage?

Could frequent urination be related to liver damage?

Urination and liver: Patients with liver (L) disease have a low albumin (A), as the L cannot synthesize A. As a result, they have edema due to their low A. This promotes the formation of edema (E). If one is forming E, the amount of urine volume decreases and that is the cause of the E, which is fluid that is not eliminated by the urine being retained. Have the person see a physician for a more meaningful answer. Read more

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What cause lower left side abdomen pain associated with frequent urination?

What cause lower left side abdomen pain associated with frequent urination?

Stone?: You could be passing a kidney stone or you may have a urinary tract infection, seek medical help for this, the stone can get pretty painful. Read more

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I'm having pain in upper abdomen on left side frequent urination and no BM what could that mean?

I'm having pain in upper abdomen on left side frequent urination and no BM what could that mean?

Likely constipation: Try laxatives to induce bowel movent on daily or every second day basis. Need to consult Dr if pain continues. Read more

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If a person have no diabetic & us scan of abdomen also normal then what can cause frequent urination?

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

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What causes frequent urination, little excretion, pain on left side of abdomen and urine culture to be negative?

What causes frequent urination, little excretion, pain on left side of abdomen and urine culture to be negative?

Many possibilities: These can be symptoms of a bladder/urethra inflammation not necessarily secondary to a bacterial infection. In a 20 y/o female if you are sexually active you need to consider the possibility of an STD like gonorrhea or chlamydia. Go see you doctor. Read more

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Pain abdomen right side, frequent urination. Pain is sharp & consistent. The pain sometimes seems slighting higher.

Pain abdomen right side, frequent urination. Pain is sharp & consistent. The pain sometimes seems slighting higher.

Possible stone: 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.

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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: 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

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What make the lower abdomen hard, and frequent urination?

Frequent urination: 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

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What would cause frequent urination in small amounts, bloating, and dull to sharp pain in the abdomen and hot flashes?

What would cause frequent urination in small amounts, bloating, and dull to sharp pain in the abdomen and hot flashes?

Bladder infection: The hot flashes are not likely related to this problem. It sounds like you may have a bladder infection. Your doctor can test for this and give you antibiotics if needed. Read more

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Frequent urination with a slight pain in lower abdomen and poor or no erection?

Frequent urination with a slight pain in lower abdomen and poor or no erection?

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

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Lower left abdoman, back pain, frequent urination is little bit foamy. Feeling something empty and dry in the both side of abdomen after urinating.

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

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No UTI. Frequent urination and only a little comes out. Pee sinks to the bottom. No burning. Just weird feeling in abdomen that I need to pee.?

No UTI. Frequent urination and only a little comes out. Pee sinks to the bottom. No burning. Just weird feeling in abdomen that I need to pee.?

UTI: This still could be a UTI manifesting differently than what you are used to experiencing. Please see your health care provider and provide a urine sample to be checked for a UTI. Read more

Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
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Frequent Urination (Definition)

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


Dr. Anne Larson
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Liver Diseases (Definition)

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