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Micturition Syncope In Women
Here are some. ..: Such event are quite individually unique although its exact mechanism remains unclear, but vasovagal reflex has been elucidated and believed to be the cause. In other words, such person has some personal dysfunction in autonomic nerve system. To prevent possible accident of fall-down from such, try sit to void and stand up slowly with holding on to something. More? Ask Doc timely. Best wish... ...Read more
Fainting spells at/during urination is not uncommon and is a form of autonomic nerve "instability" leading to so-called vasovagal reflex manifesting slow heart beat and subsequent low BP, which are usually self-limiting and transient, and recover after squatting down or sitting ...Read more
Uncommon: True micturition syncope is classically associated with a bladder pheochromcytoma which is a tumor that produces epinephrine and norepinephrine. If you have symptoms of flushing palpitations HTN. This needs to be checked with labs 24 urine and Ct scan. If it was a random event it may have been due to dehydration or low blood pressure. Either way please seek medical assistance ...Read more
Can a severe panic attack cause fainting and self-urination in a 15 year old female with a history of sexual abuse?
Not usually: The loss of urinary control is worrisome here -- it could be a seizure. This young lady needs a neurology consultation to check on this possibility. They will also want to do additional studies as well. Some people with this history can develop psychogenic seizures, but these don't usually include self-urination. I hope she's also getting treatment for her panic attacks and other issues. ...Read more
My symptoms include chronic dehydration regardless of the amount of fluids I take, severe frequent muscle cramps, frequent urination, low B/P, syncope?
Dehydration: Your symptoms indicate symptoexessive fluid loss & dehydration, it could be diabetes mellitus or more likely diabetes insepidus due to lack of antidiuretic hormone, you must ask your 1ry care physician to refer you to an endocrinologist to for evaluation & workup including routine U/A that might show very low spicific gravity in case of DI or increased sp gr with ketone in case DM ...Read more
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Please, clarify more: What do you mean by a female urination test? If you mean by coverage insurance coverage, the answer is no insurance coverage is granted based on having a test. For instance, medicare and medicaid have criteria to be offered based on diagnosis or disability like kidney failure. ...Read more
That depends: Depending on the person doing the procedure and your anatomy as well as any possible numbing meds used for the procedure etc. Some patients do not get pain and burning, some get it and it may last a few days. Anything over 2-3 days is reason to call the Dr. And tell them your issues. ...Read more
I have a dull ache on my right back side that comes after urination. I am a relatively healthy, 24 year old female. What could be causing this?
Se your physician: There are many various genital-urinary disorders which could cause pain after urination (e.g. kidney stone, UTI). I can appreciate your concerned about your health, but finding a proper diagnosis and treatment may be the answer to your worries. Rec.: see your physician for examination, tests and referral, if needed, for the treatment. ...Read more
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If swelling yes: Amlodipine causes some people to retain fluid as swelling in the legs and other tissues. Sleeping supine elevates the legs and increases the return of leg swelling to the circulation and then to the kidneys. Increased urine output occurs at that time (night for day time workers). however, other causes of swelling include the estrogen cycle and other medications or diseases that require evaluation ...Read more
36 years female. Sensation of tiny air bubble escaping after standing up after urination. No other symptoms. What could be wrong?
See below: Most likely cause is trapped air in the vagina which escapes out with a change in position and is usually of no clinical significance. This may occur because of altered anatomy in the genital/pelvic region that can occur with aging, childbirth, weight gain, pelvic floor prolapse or weakness, etc. For reassurance, helpful to have pelvic exam and U/A to assess above and to rule out UTI, fistula, etc ...Read more
No way: Cover toilet seat with a liner or paper, or lift toilet seat and straddle avoiding skin contact or do same after covering with toilet paper. You would need to wash, rinse, dry and carry around such a device. There is no point. ...Read more
I'm a 34 yo female. I began having vaginal burning and frequent urination today. What could it be?
Are there any women's frequent urination OTC remedies? I was prescribed vesicare (solifenacin) but even with insurance it's horribly expensive.
Can aging affect urination? For the last couple years my urine seems to spray everywhere. I am a 43 year old female. What else could be going on?
Yes: The spray pattern is affected by the tissues at the opening of the downspout (the urethral orifice) and the pressure. Anything that affects these can alter the spray. There may be some redundant or lax tissue or even a growth which is impinging the area. If you have any concerns see your doc for a look. ...Read more
Help! Please I am a 44yr. Old woman I was up all nite peeing, this just came on all a sudden there is a little pressure at the end of urination?
53 year old woman has symptom of intermittent urination for years. Pee all the way, stop at almost the end, then weaker stream. What's the cause?
Depends: Its hard to answer this question without a good history and physical and some tests. This could be secondary to infection (although unlikely if years), obstruction (cystocele, primary bladder neck dysfunction), behavioral, medications, and neurological. This are a few general answers on the differential. ...Read more
I feel slight pain after urination and after that I need to go to toilet again (ab0ut 20 min)n when I go again little ml of urine passes female 20?
You most likely have a urinary infection. You go often, and small amount comes out because you are peeing in "installment"
If you have no doctor, drink 6-7 glasses of fluid, if possible drink a glass of cranberry juice twice a day.
If symptoms persist you may need to see a doctor
Best of luck ...Read more
Here are some...: Fainting spells at/during urination is not uncommon and is a form of autonomic nerve "instability" leading to so-called vasovagal reflex manifesting slow heart beat and subsequent low BP, which are usually self-limiting and transient, and recover after squatting down or sitting down. More? Seek evaluation. ...Read more
Both: The drug can cause both and increase in urination as well as a difficulty urinating. These problems occur in both men and women. It is possible that the combination of tramadol and Valtrex (valacyclovir) (a medication taken for genital herpes) may increase the problem with urinary retention. ...Read more