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Symptoms Of Micturition Syncope
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
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
Doctor can evaluate: A doctor will want details about frequent urination such as if it happens only while awake, or also throughout the night; if there is lots of urine each time, or just a little bit; if there is a sense of not fully emptying, or the person thinks she's completely emptying; etc... If symptoms only happen in the daytime, they might be diet (types/quantity of drinks) related or anxiety related. ...Read more
Yes: There are many reasons for frequent urination ranging from benign to dangerous causes. You could have a drug side effect, infection, prostate problems, kidney problems, hormone issues (there are lots of them: diabetes, diabetes insipidus, hyperthyroidism, hyperparathyroidism, pheochromocytoma, cushing's syndrome, addison's...)....If it's excessive to you and is not getting better, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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