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Pushing Hard Toilet
Rarely occurs: If one has a large pre-existing vascular malformation in the cerebral circulation, Valsalva maneuvers, such as straining, coughing, or sneezing could promote increased intracranial pressure with a blood vessel rupture. Can be seen with congenital berry aneurysms, as an example. ...Read more
Yes: yes it can cause pain but it would last as long as pushing continues ...Read more
When I went to the toilet It was hard to push out and it got a stuck also when I wiped there was blood and there was blood on my stools too ?
Prob hemorrhoids: If you're not having any pain in your anus, it probably was a hemorrhoid that got irritated when you strained to have your bowel movement. An anal fissure can also bleed but hurts (like a paper cut down there!) If you've had hard stool, you should increase your fiber and water intake to keep your stools softer. A laxative may help if you don't get relief with the increased dietary fiber. ...Read more
When go to toilet for a poo every three days which now I have to push hard at first get a lot burning after which I think open fissure again
When I pee it stings slightly at tip of penis hole, I also feel the need to go the toilet a lot, but when I actually go to toilet I cannot pass urine and sometimes I push quite hard and only a little bit of urine comes out like dribbles.
Always had bad stool.past year used toilet paper over finger to push it out since its hard.noticed little blood sometime and yellow liquid.is it dange?
Chronic constipation: I would recommend stool softener and soluble fiber such as Fibercon or metamucil. Physical activity and foods high in dietary fiber may also be helpful. The blood is most likely related to minor trauma from the hard stool itself. If these measures aren't helpful I would recommend following up with a physician rather than using harsh laxatives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: Can't see your age, but concerning. May progress to complete inability to pee. Need to see doc. Until then avoid anything that could make this worse - cold medications, anti allergy meds, etc. Causes: if young, medications are prime suspects. If old then prostate enlargement esp if painless. If you have ever had any urologic procedures scarring is likely. ...Read more
Is it normal to find it hard to get the first urine of the day out? I have to push it out in little bits at a time. I am female, 33, 2 children.
Medication SFx?: Some medications may have the side effect of tightening up the urethra, making it difficult to void - amitriptylene and Cymbalta (duloxetine) are common ones for this complaint. If this has just been a recent development, then you might pee in a cup so your fp can see if this hesitancy is the beginning of a uti. It's a little strange that it's only happening in the morning, tho. ...Read more
I have a bump that hurts when I push it in and swolleness around the area which is sensitive as well, when i shower the bump becomes a bit hard ?
Probably nothing but: Truly excessive force on the larynx (Adam's apple) can result in bruising or fracture of the laryngeal cartilage. This is usually from blunt force trauma. In severe cases, swelling or bleeding in the airway can result for which one should seek emergency treatment. With severe trauma laryngotracheal separation may occur where the voicebox disconnects from the windpipe resulting in asphyxiation. ...Read more
See your doctor: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Does your tissue under your skin feel bubbly whenever you push down to feel it? Like soft n lumpy not hard lumpy?
It depends: I'm not sure where you're pushing down, or what specific tissue you're feeling. Different body areas feel differently. For instance, it's possible for breast tissue to feel soft and lumpy, especially during premenstrual times. If you have concerns about any lumps you're discovering, please ask your physician to help you determine what they are. Be well. ...Read more
Is it normal to get a hemmoroid every time i go to the bathroom? I thought they only were supposed to happen when you push really hard
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