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Unprotected sex for 15 sec. Pain while urinating and small red inflation near discharge. Three days later, same inflation size, less pain urinating.?
Seek evaluation...: Seeking evaluation, confirmation, treatment as needed, & counseling is the right thing to do so to ease current and future worry. Clinically, UTI and STD-related urethritis need to be assured. How to get the related things for good medical care done correctly? Go to http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. To explore life reality, go to Facts of Life-1, 2, &3 in www. ForMeFirst. Com. ...Read more
My Mother is experiencing less frequent urination. The following also describes her: Rapid heart rate. What should she do?
Not peeing enough: Is it hot in Galveston now? My be losing fluid in sweat and not pee. ...Read more
Is it normal to have to urinate less often during the evenings (not overnight) than during the day even while drinking the same amount?
Smoking: No.Get a more detailed answer ›
My 2yr had unexplained fevers which has stop molars are coming but is urinating less (hydrated) and overly tired could this be 2 different things?
I overdosed on caffeine 3 months ago. Few days later, my urine became foamy, weeks later I urinate less. Can you develop kidney disease from overdose?
Go to the Doctor: This ongoing quest for information from the internet without engaging in real health care is not helping you. Renal disease can be diagnosed or ruled out in minutes with the appropriate testing. But that testing has to occur at the doctor's office not on the internet from strangers. ...Read more
Should I be concerned if I am urinating less than I normally would even though my fluid intake has stayed the same? My urine is also often yellow.
Probably okay, ...: Yellowish urine suggests kidneys work well to concentrate urine while drinking less fluid; that is good for you. If any doubt, follow the suggestion in articles listed on How to Handle Sickness on https://ebettercare. Com/feel-become-sick/. Thereby you gain insight on how to work better with the doctor so to reach a right diagnosis for right care. More? Contact me and I can help. ...Read more
My father 57 years had CABG in 2011 doc. Changed medicine, these days sleeping more than 10 hours and urinating less. ..
CABG: His symptoms may be due to the change of medicine, but without knowing what the medication is we can׳t help. Write back and let us know what the medication is. ...Read more
Enlarged kidney shown on ct scan uti regulary lower back pain haven't see doc yet what should I ask doc seem to urinate less too?
Enlarged kidney: You should definitely ask the doctor why your kidney is enlarged, and you should try to ascertain whether you have normal kidney function. Because you think you have a UTI now, you should drink lots and lots of fluids between now and the time you see your doctor. Good luck. ...Read more
I had spinal fusion 35 yrs ago, 3-4-5- lumbar with rod. Now Lower back pain, numbness when walk. Legs, hand swell. Hurts to lay on back. Urinate less?
Adjacent disc: Sounds like disc related problem. After fusion the levels /joints above and below work extra to maintain mobility. So over time they degenerate and cause symptoms. You should get checked out by your doc Usually one tries meds and PT as the first step in the management plan. ...Read more
The past 2 months I have eaten a lot less. Decreased frequency in urination despite drinking 3L of water daily. Urine never light/clear. Normal?
Water goes somewhere: 3L a day is a bit much. But if it is that much for weeks/months, then obviously the fluid is not accumulating, and nothing bad is happening. It is a relatively large amount of intake compared to average, but there is no fluid retention occurring, so doesn't seem like there are consequences from it. Cannot say in your particular case. ...Read more
Yes: A decrease in how much or how often you urinate is a possible side effect. A slight decrease in amount or frequency of urine by itself is not concerning. If your urinary habits have changed *drastically* or there are any other changes in your health or daily functioning, then report the change to your doctor now. Otherwise, mention the change in urination at your next visit. ...Read more
My 17 month baby is feeding very less, always asking for mothers lap, do not want to play or even sit, urinating very less what can be the problem?
Male30yrs. When I have digestive problems, I urinate very less. Urine analysis normal. Sr cr used to be 0.9, now 1.1. Will have reduced appetite this time?
Refocus: Your creatinine levels are fine. The increase may be due to your putting on some muscle or having taken some medication or being dried out. Of course you urinate less when you're stomach's upset -- you drink less water. You also describe B12 deficiency -- this is a VERY serious problem that needs to be addressed. Pernicious anemia? Ill-advised vegetarianism? Work on the big issues here. ...Read more
Why is my urine oily? Some days it is more oily and on some days less. It does not itch when I urinate.
Here are some...: Clinically, you seem free of symptoms despite seeing oily urine. Now it's time to confirm what you saw with urine test. If urinalysis is normal and you're asymptomatic, clinically, you're all right with no need to worry about it. So, work closely with Dr. To clarify your concern and eliminate future unnecessary anxiety. Best wish... ...Read more
Many possibilities.: Trouble with urination can be grouped into disorders of the bladder's ability to expel urine or obstruction of the outflow tract. Bladder problems include muscular disorders, diverticuli, diabetes, & neurologic problems. The most common cause of obstruction in men is an enlarged prostate, but strictures and blockage by stones can occur. If you're having difficulty, I recommend you see a urologist. ...Read more
Many possibilities.: Many things can cause dysuria, which is a pain or burning sensation during voiding. A common cause is infection: infections such as gonnorrhea or chalmydia, or urinary tract infections caused by e. Coli and others. Other causes: chemical irritation from soaps, lotions, or spermicide; vigorous sex, masturbation, & ejaculation. Seek evaluation: urine testing can reveal the diagnosis. ...Read more
Possible infection.: Many things can cause dysuria, which is a pain or burning sensation during voiding. A common cause is infection: infections such as gonnorrhea or chalmydia, or urinary tract infections caused by e. Coli and others. Other causes: chemical irritation from soaps, lotions, or spermicide; vigorous sex, masturbation, & ejaculation. Seek evaluation: urine testing can reveal the diagnosis. ...Read more
Prostatitis?: The prostate gland sits at the exit vault of your rectum. Therefore, inflammation in the prostate can irritate the rectum, and inflammation of the rectum can irritate the prostate resulting in a combination of urinary and bowel symptoms. This takes a medical examination to diagnose and resolve. ...Read more
Many causes: Peeing at night can be caused by many different things. The first thing to do is keep a bladder diary for a couple days. This will help your provider when you see them for this problem. Here is a link to a bladder diary. Fill it out for 2-3 days before seeing a urologist. (http://kidney. Niddk. Nih. Gov/kudiseases/pubs/diary/index. Aspx). ...Read more
Urination amounts: Too much urination at a time is not as much of a concern as too little volume. Average bladder capacity is 500cc (1/4 of a 2 liter bottle of soda) but bladder capacities can range much higher. Small volumes can be from an overactive bladder, small bladder capacity, infection, bladder lining irritation from stones or masses, urethral obstruction. ...Read more