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Any subject, be it anatomy, physiology, or object pertaining to urine. For example: urinary tract (anatomy), urinary catheter (object), ...Read more


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I am 25 y.o. & am having urinary retention. I have WBC in the urine, no bacteria, the rest of my UA is WNL. No pain/burning, no urgency or frequency. No new medications. able to start a stream spontaneously but unable to void much and must bear down very


I am 25 y.o. & am having urinary retention. I have WBC in the urine, no bacteria, the rest of my UA is WNL. No pain/burning, no urgency or frequency. No new medications. able to start a stream spontaneously but unable to void much and must bear down very

Get checked: You need to see your clinician for an evaluation and treatment plan. Maybe you have a bladder stone, maybe there is bladder muscle function problems, maybe its medication that you are taking. And there are many other possible causes. Do get checked. Thankfully, you are not having any other problems from it yet. Hope that helps. ...Read more

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Is a big prostate the only reason for experiencing urinary hesitancy & weaker urine stream ?

Is a big prostate the only reason for experiencing urinary hesitancy & weaker urine stream ?

No but it is the : Most common cause by far. A urethral stricture could present somehow similarly but is much less common. Bladder polyp, masses, and stones may act similarly. Need urology evaluation. ...Read more

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How long would a person need to have a urinary tract infection before the infection spread to their blood stream?

varies: That's a tough question to answer because everyone is different. An untreated UTI can ascend the ureters and involved the kidneys (pyelonephritis). This untreated can lead to sepsis (infection spread into blood). Timing can depend on many things such as anatomy, organisms involved as well as time that antibiotics are initiated. ...Read more

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Prostatitis symptoms, but dre always checks out fine. During erection feel swelling in rectum. Weak urinary stream, feeling of not emptying. Did cystisc. And MRI of bladder, nothing. 5 years of this..

Prostatitis symptoms, but dre always checks out fine. During erection feel swelling in rectum. Weak urinary stream, feeling of not emptying. Did cystisc. And MRI of bladder, nothing. 5 years of this..

Blad nck hypertrophy: Prostatitis is typically characterized by irritative voiding symptoms (yours are obstructive voiding symptoms) and pain. The dre very rarely is revealing in cases of prostatitis. You are too young for a typical enlarged prostate. Cystoscopy rules out urethral stricture. You probably have primary bladder neck hypertrophy. See a neurourologist to confirm. ...Read more

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24 yrs old. Before most periods, I experience painful urination & urinary frequency/urgency. History of irregular periods. Never been sexually active.

24 yrs old. Before most periods, I experience painful urination & urinary frequency/urgency. History of irregular periods. Never been sexually active.

See your doctor: Bladder & pelvic floor symptoms often are worse in the second half of the cycle. Some women have endometriosis in the bladder, which can cause the symptoms you describe. Get a workup for bladder infection, and if this is negative, get an evaluation for overactive bladder. If you are a smoker, this may include a cystoscopy to look for bladder tumors, although rare. ...Read more

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I have urinary incontience but i'm embarrassed what can I do?

I have urinary incontience but i'm embarrassed what can I do?

See a doctor: Incontinence is more common than you would think. You can discuss this with your primary doctor, gynecologist or consider seeing a urogynecologist or urologist Also look at www.voicesforpfd.org ...Read more

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What can I take to stop urinary frequency?

What can I take to stop urinary frequency?

Depend...: Urinary frequency results from bladder's inability to accommodate urine volume effectively, possibly resulting from uti, overactive bladder (oab), ic, over fluid drinking... So, see urologist so he/she may help you to figure it out. Meanwhile, pack up the feature and degree of your symptoms with their detailed sequence of event, and bring those to see him/her timely. Best wish ... Always. ...Read more