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It Hurts My Butt When I Pee
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
Genital infection?: Hmm... I'm not sure what you mean by "lower area", but I'm wondering if you have "external dysuria", i.e. pain when urine contacts labia, vaginal opening, etc. "Internal dysuria", i.e. in the urine passage, usually is due to urinary tract infection, but external is often due to other genital infections, like yeast, herpes, and other STDs. See a doctor ASAP to check it out. Good luck! ...Read more
Many reasons.: The most common reason is inflammation of the bladder or urethra; usually caused by an infection such as a UTI or std. Specific patients may suffer from stones or tumors in the bladder. Problems with the urethra (diverticulum, stricture), or vulvar pathology cause pain. Some neurological conditions can cause dysfunction of the sphincter, causing painful spasms while voiding. Seek evaluation. ...Read more
UTI or STD/STI: Similar to women, frequent painful urination w/sense of urgency is suggestive of urinary tract infection, which encompasses both bladder & kidney infections. Latter delineated by back pain plus fevers/sweats/chills. Sexually transmitted disease/infection could also bring about similar symptoms. Frequent painless urination suggests diabetes or use of diuretic. ...Read more
Painful urination: You may have an infection in the urethra or the bladder (called a urinary tract infection = UTI). This usually causes burning pain with urination, a sense of having to go frequently, yet not much comes out. You may have lower pelvic discomfort or cramping. This is easy to test for and treat. Go to a nearby clinic for a simple urine test. ...Read more
Further tests: You could have a UTI if it hurts when you pee. Sometimes this could be a presentation of stds as well but further testing would need to be done. See your physician. ...Read more
Infection: It could be a urinary tract infection (uti), most commonly caused by a bacteria in the bladder. Infection in the urethra can also cause discomfort, and is called urethritis. Sexually transmitted infections and some autoimmune conditions can cause urethritis but they don't typically cause uti's. Get a urine test first and if it's a UTI a simple course of antibiotics will take care of it. ...Read more
Prostate if male: Benign prostatic hypertrophy (prostate enlargement) may present like this however this usually occurs in males past middle age. If younger, you worry about prostatitis i.e. Infection in prostate. Other simple causes include cold/decongetant medicines over the counter and some prescription medicines. Urethral stricture and bladder stones are less common causes. Need to see a doctor. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: You've severe urinary hesitancy so you need to be checked out if you can empty your bladder or not. Did side pain come before u-hesitancy? To define what is going on in you, collect and bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, progress, etc. Of all symptoms to Doc for analysis + exam + tests so to deduce correct Dx for right Rx timely. ...Read more
Here are some...: Your Q has been not answered for a long time; sorry. The described symptom alone would not suffice to deduce its right answer, although conceptually, one may speculate that the movement of bladder wall filling & emptying may incite hurting from possible nearby inflammation & adhesion on or next to the bladder. To get such done right, follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
See urologists. ..: Start collecting the information about the feature, degree, progress of all symptoms with their detailed sequence of event and bring them to see doc for review, analysis, more history, physicals, and tests as needed so a DX can be deduced. Clinically, your condition may have been for quite a while by noticing progressive decrease in urine flow over time.... Best wish... ...Read more
Common symptoms: For a bladder infection. Get a urinalysis and culture done. ...Read more
There: There is very little information here. Are you a man or a woman? Does it hurt on the right side of your back, the right side of your abdomen? If you are a man and it hurts on the right side, inside the penis, you may have an infection. If you are a woman and it hurts near the urethra where the urine leaves the body, you could have an infection or inflammation. If your back is hurting maybe you have an infection involving your kidney. If your abdomen hurts, maybe you have inflammation or infection from your bladder. There isn't enough information to provide a definitive response. I suggest you see your doctor to be evaluated for the source of your painful urination. ...Read more
Likely, UTI, but...: The most common cause for the described scenario is urinary tract infection, which has to be confirmed with further detailed history + physical exam + tests as needed. How to get all related things done correctly for good timely care? Follow instructions in articles listed in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html and those in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onUTI. Html. Thereby you gain insight.. ...Read more
So recently I have been having this pain, it doesn't hurt to go pee but hurts to wipe and sit down?
The last few days, I've had the feeling that I need to pee constantly. When I do, it hurts. What's wrong?
Cystitis: Have your analysis and a physical exam at a clinic. The most probable cause of your symptoms is status which may will result in the need for antibiotics. ...Read more
When I pee there is a pain on my right side. It will even hurt for a bit after I am done. What could this be?
Possible infection?: Pain in the right side with urination can be due to a urinary tract infection, a kidney stone, or other problems. If this has been going on for a long time, and has not gotten worse or better, get seen soon. If it it has just started, the sooner the better! Consider a Healthtap Prime consult to help sort this out. If you have fever, vomiting, or pain in the middle of your back, get seen now! ...Read more
So I got my gyno results today and everything came out negative, but it still hurts when I pee sometimes why?
Hi I always feel like I need to pee during the day and at night, it also hurts when I pee and I don't know why?
The last few days I have the feeling that I need to pee constantly. It ends up only being a little and hurts, help?
Lower right side hurts when I push to pee then afterwards it still hurts but not as bad and I was get sharp shooting pains in back on same side?
Here are some. ..: Your described scenario alerts a professional mind to consider a possible ureteral stone lodged at the end of right ureter especially if it occurred recently and you are free of vaginal discharge or chronic lower back disorder. So, collect and bring detailed features of symptoms with sequence of events over time to Dr. For analysis + physical exam + tests such as urinalysis, spiral CT, etc. ...Read more
I keep feeling like I need to pee even though I have gone and it's starting to hurt when I try to go a few drops will come out what could this mean?
Painful pee: Sounds like you may have a UTI or a treatable STD. I'd head to your primary to get feeling better ASAP. ...Read more
For a couple months now at night I have to hold in my pee and lately in the morning when I go it hurts and since yesterday I cant really hold it in?
I have ad problems being able 3 start 2 pee doesn't hurt. Annoying than anything butpassedcouple months it has become worse takenbetween 5to15 min??
For months: If I hold my pee for even a while, it brings on a constant, strong urge to go, very little comes out, and often hurts, Advice? Thank you!
I have wet the bed until I was 13 (18 now) but I always constantly have to pee and it hurts every time I have to go. Is there anything to reduce this?
No quick remedy but: Sorry to hear your suffering in painful urination. How long has it been? How has it evolved? In life reality, htere is no quick fix, but you should have a timely evaluation so to deduce right diagnosis for right treatment. How to have the related things of care done correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html.; then you can work better with doctor for diagnosis. Care ...Read more
She wears a pull up to bed, well tonight I noticed when she peed she cried. She pointed to her little private part and said I hurts when she pees.??
UTI: Have her seen immediately- she may have a urinary tract infection-call for an appointment - now. ...Read more