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Side Effects After Cystoscopy
I had a cystoscopy and hydroistention done on December 12, 2014 and now I have terrible back, side, vagina and leg pain. What could this be?
Interstitial cystiti: If you had a hydrodistention and bladder examination with a cystoscope that suggests that urologist believes that you have interstitial cystitis. Hydrodistention of your bladder may have exacerbated this chronic pain condition temporarily. Talk to your urologist about your symptoms
Cystoscopy surgery on July 9th. Stent put in on left side. Get it removed 27th. Cramp like pain and blood in urine. Normal?
Yes, Could be: Most likely you are passing stone (s), drink plenty of water and speak to your urologist, most likely will call you for for follow up care or you take appointment.
Lower abdominal pain, mostly in middle, but sometimes also on side frequent urination, cystoscopy and urine culture normal. Lots of gas and feeling th?
Hello Doctor, I am 30 years of age and gave birth to my second son 6 months ago. ..I have left side flank pain since a week after delivery and utis for three months which were treated with antibiotics. I have several check ups like cystoscopy and kidney u
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3 months left side abdo & flank pain and tenderness blood urine cystoscopy & CT scan fine. No diarrhea, but some constipation. Colonoscopy next. Cause?
Possibilities: A ct scan could have missed a kidney stone that passed just before the scan. It could also miss diverticulitis, depending on whether the ct scan was done with both IV and oral contrast. Colonoscopy is definitely the next thing to do. Another consideration is endometriosis, ovarian cyst, ectopic pregnancy, or inflammatory bowel disease.See 1 more doctor answer
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Lower urinary tract.: When a urologist uses a cystoscope, the inside of the bladder and urethra are inspected. Irregularities in the urinary tract lining, tumors, stones, inflammation, muscular thickening, & outpouchings called cellules & diverticula are seen. The ureteral orificies, or the outflow from the kidneys, are visible. In males, the inside of the prostate, and nodular enlargement can be seen.
Cystoscopy: Yto ease discomfort. In a woman, due to ou will feel minor discomfort and bladder pressure when water runs in your bladder is an office procedure and is done using local anesthesia and lubrication. In a woman, is easy to do due to the shortness of the urethra.
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No: It shouldn't be painful although there is a slight pinch initially. Not a major discomfort by any stretch of the imagination.
Burning: Cystoscopy can be performed with general anesthesia, monitored anesthesia or IV sedation, local Anastasia or without any anesthetic. In any case after the procedure you will experience some burning sensation with urination possibly visible blood and you were spasms these conditions are all temporary
Here are...: The involved procedures are done under anesthesia so you would not feel a thing during the procedures. Cystoscopy is used to gain access through urethra into the bladder for diagnosis as well as rx for many conditions. Ureteroscopy, with much finer ; longer instruments, is used to diagnose and treat various diseases in ureters ; kidneys. And either scope can be rigid or flexible. Detail? Ask...See 2 more doctor answers
Here are some...: Cystoscopy is a direct look through urethra into bladder with a telescope under optical vision to see if there are tumor, blockage, stone, stricture, foreign body, etc. Urodynamics is done to test how your bladder and urethra work together, normally or abnormally, and how the urine control can be, so to decide if surgery for blockage or incontinence is needed or not, and how to do them. So, ask dr.
Urethral tear: There is no such word "always" in medicine. And yes, it should be seen on cystoscopy.
What is the likelyhood of developing peyronies disease when a person has had a cystoscopy performed?
Not from cystoscopy: No reason why person should. Most urologists believe that peyronies is caused by micro-fractures of the erectile penile rods)corora cavernosa). This most frequently occurs during sex with man lying on his back with parner on top.
Can a cystoscopy be done under sedation? I am terrified of this procedure and would like to know what my options may be. Thanks!
I need to have a Cystoscopy in Nov. I'm really having anxiety...badly about this. The procedure itself that is. Is this a simple basic thing?
Overall: Cystoscopy isn't a particularly risky procedure. I know that doesn't make it any bit less anxiety provoking, as undergoing any procedure (sometimes even just blood draws) can be very stressful. You may want to review any of your concerns with your urologist to help allay any fears you might have. But if your anxiety is that bad, review this with your primary care to come up with a solution.
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