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Kidney (Definition)

The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more


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Sharp pain in bladder after urination?

Sharp pain in bladder after urination?

Needs evaluation: You may have a bladder stone, bladder infection or a tumor you need to see your doctor or a urologist, urine exam and culture, imaging like cat scan or ultrasound exam and may need cystoscopy depending on the results of the tests. ...Read more

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Frequent urination and pain after urinating?

Frequent urination and pain after urinating?

Bladder infection: Sounds like it could be a bladder infection. Talk with your doc so you can get treated. Hope you feel better! ...Read more

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Symptoms of kidney stones. Pain when peeing?

Symptoms of kidney stones. Pain when peeing?

Peeing pain ?UTI: Pain on urination associated with kidney stones can occur as a stone is passed thru the urethra, & sometimes if a stone is stuck in the bladder at lower end of ureter. Kidney stone symptoms are primarily severe flank or abdominal pain & blood in urine either visible or microscopic. Some people pass "gravel" or stone fragments. Uti must be excluded with pain on urination, thus urinalysis needed. ...Read more

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Frequent urination and cramping in bladder +back pain right after ovulation?

Frequent urination and cramping in bladder +back pain right after ovulation?

Urinary Tract: I would suggest having your urine tested for an infection. If this is normal you could have menstrual cramps, or irregularities with your menstrual cycle. Please see your doctor for more information on how to make you feel better. Good luck ...Read more

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Frequent urination, bladder pressure and loin pain?

Frequent urination, bladder pressure and loin pain?

Infection: See your doctor today (not an emergency). You may ave a urinary tract infection. In the meantime, increase fluids. ...Read more

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Pain in bladder when urination n frequent urination?

Pain in bladder when urination n frequent urination?

UTI: It sounds like you may have a uti. Go to a doctor for evaluation and treatment if the studies are positive. ...Read more

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Pain after passing urine and frequent sensation?

Pain after passing urine and frequent sensation?

Dysuria: If this is acute issue could be an infection. If chronic it could be inflammatory or more serious condition. Drink plenty of water and have your primary doctor do a urinalysis a urine culture and a pelvic exam. ...Read more

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Ocassional pain in penis after urinating?

Here are some ...: The content of the question is not sufficient to pinpoint its answer. But, collect the onset, degree, feature, duration, frequency, and interval of "pain in penis after urinating" over time, and bring those to see urologist for analysis, physicals, possible tests such as urinalysis so to deduce reasonable diagnosis for proposing reasonable care. Best wish ... ...Read more

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Abdominal burning pain just before urinating?

Abdominal burning pain just before urinating?

UTI?: This could be a sign of a urinary tract infection or another type of irritation, discuss with your physician. ...Read more

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No uti. No kidney infection. Flank pain present. Freq/urgency felt. Symptoms for 1 month. Sometimes feel pain in groin. Mucus noticed in urine. ?

No uti. No kidney infection. Flank pain present. Freq/urgency felt. Symptoms for 1 month. Sometimes feel pain in groin. Mucus noticed in urine. ?

Flank pain: F 34 from US: notes: no uti. No kidney infection. Flank pain present. Freq/urgency felt. Symptoms for 1 month. Sometimes feel pain in groin. Mucus noticed in urine. ? ANS: If I were ur Dr would ask u about family/personal Hx of kidney stones & do a good history and exam again looking for cause. ...Read more

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Lower left waving abdominal and back pain. Nausea. Frequent urination, slight burning while urinating, small amounts of urine at times. Kidney stones?

Lower left waving abdominal and back pain. Nausea. Frequent urination, slight burning while urinating, small amounts of urine at times. Kidney stones?

Urinalysis: If your urine shows only blood, then kidney stones are likely. If your urine also shows WBC (pus cells), or if you have any fever, then you likely have a urinary infection and need treatment right away. See your doctor without delay. ...Read more

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Pain at left back after urinating. Uti?

Maybe (not) . . .: -1 years old? Anyway, painful urination is suggestive of urinary tract infection (uti). Coupled w/back pain, we worry about kidney infection (pyelonephritis). Go see your doctor for diagnosis & treatment. Don't wait for fevers, sweats & chills to develop. ...Read more

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Pain after ejaculation and blood in urine. Cystitis?

Pain after ejaculation and blood in urine. Cystitis?

See a urologist: This could be orchitis, prostatits, possibly even penile cancer. You should get checked by a urologist. This is not likely to be cystitis (infection of the bladder). ...Read more

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Bladder discomfort daily, but no pain with urination, frequency, urgency. Worse in am. Uti or ic?

Bladder discomfort daily, but no pain with urination, frequency, urgency. Worse in am. Uti or ic?

Bladder pain?: This requires a call to your doctor for an examination to determine the cause of the pain. It may be from some other area than the bladder. Your doctor can determine the cause of the pain and then give proper treatment. ...Read more

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Pain in kidney, blood in urine, constant pain, kidney bleeding, stinging urine, what could this be?

Pain in kidney, blood in urine, constant pain, kidney bleeding, stinging urine, what could this be?

Kidney stone: This sounds like you have a kidney stone. In addition, you could also have a kidney infection. Even if that's not the case, you are at increased risk of infection. I recommend you go to your family doctor, clinic, or er very soon to start treatment and have the stone size evaluated. If it's too big, you may need lithotripsy to break up the stone so you can pass it. ...Read more

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The act of passing your ...Read more