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Urge To Urinate But Can T In Men
I am 30 yrs. Old man I have constant urge to urinate...I had uro test no UTI was found had CT scan no kidney stone what is causing this feeling?
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
Sixty yr old man, chronic bph, kidney stone 4 months ago. Burning distal penis, freq urge and painful urination made worse by running and tennis good?
See a urologist.: Pain at the tip of the penis is usually pain referred from the bladder or bladder neck. Painful urination, increased frequency, and voiding difficulty can come any number of your urologic issues, such as bph, bladder stones, or a urinary tract infection. See a urologist for a full evaluation. When a diagnosis is made, many things can be done to offer significant relief. Good luck. ...Read more
Many causes: Depending on how often you go, and if you have pain, there are many causes. Infection if there is abdominal pain and bleeding, is the first thing you need to be checked for. Also kidney stones can cause bleeding and frequent feeling of urination as well as pain. If only increase in urination and no infection, then increase in fluid will cause that symptom alone. ...Read more
Many things: For young men caffeine consumption is often the culprit. Caffeine is a diuretic and signals the kidneys produce more urine they would normally. Some men simply have small bladder capacity. For older men enlargement of the prostate is often to blame. Also urinary tract infections, in particular prostatitis, can be an issue. ...Read more
UTI in men: Standard urinary tract infection (UTI) is rare in men, although the risk is higher with aging (largely due to prostate problems) or in those with anatomic abnormalities of the urinary tract, previous surgery, catheter, etc. In younger men without these risk factors, STDs like chlamydia, gonorrhea, or nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) cause most infections of the lower urinary tract. ...Read more
Here are...: Being born as pointers, some men have to adopt becoming squatters so to cope with inconvenience and embarrassment from undesirable annoying urine flow direction caused by hypospadias, acquired perineal urethrotomy, or splaying slow urine flow (commonly in the elderlies), etc.; thereby, they will not mess and wet the pants and annoy the person living with, usually a lady. So, they sit down to pee. ...Read more
My take. ..: This sign, white discharge, alone is not enough to offer correct answer. To better get to the point, go to see a urologist who can analyze your detailed Hx + do physical exam + testing urine & others so to deduce right Dx for correct Rx as needed + counsel you for the future. Best wish. .. ...Read more
Penile discharge: Discharge from the penis other than urine is not normal. This can mean a urinary tract infection though can also be do to a sexually transmitted disease including gonorrhea or chlamydia. You will need a urine analysis and a urethral swab. I would suggest consulting with your primary doctor for definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
I have been taking mega men vitamins and noticed my urine has been bright yellow. Is that the excess vitamins that the body doesn't use?
Yes.: Multivitamins can impart a bright yellow color to the urine, usually attributed to the b-complex vitamins. Other compounds in the formulation also contribute to urine color, and is harmless. Patients who use their urine color as a measure of hydration status should be careful not to drink fluids excessively because of this. ...Read more
Yes: Usually men's body size and body parts are larger than women so they can urinate a larger volume usually. ...Read more
No: I think you are asking about having some urine leak out prior to reaching the toilet. If so, no, it is not normal for that to happen. This is a form of incontinence and -depending on what the cause is - can often be improved with a medication or other type of treatment. I recommend you see your doctor so he or she can ask you more details about your symptoms. ...Read more
Urologist can check: A urologist can evaluate to see if there is urethritis (inflammation of the urethra), which can be due to disorders such as an infection, an autoimmune problem, chemical irritation, rare cancers, medicine effects, abrasions from a kidney stone, etc... The doctor can help check for a prostate infection, and for std's such as chlamydia, etc... ...Read more
Unfortunately, real: Although it's often played for laughs (zoolander and a colorful comment about a tikitorch come to mind), many guys have problems with urination as they get older because their prostate gets bigger. The larger prostate prevents the bladder from emptying completely, so you're always feeling the urge to urinate, even if you can only manage a dribble. Sad but true. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Is it harder for women to hold their urine than men since women have short urethra? Are womens bladder weaker than mens?
Hello sir iam 25 years old men iam suffering from urine infection since 7 months iam passing urine every one hour an worst in night times please kind?
Diagnosis: You are asking the impossible. First you need testing to prove infection and if infection which one. And second there are other medical problems that can cause urinary troubles. Thus your self treatment of a presumed infection is inappropriate. You need to see the doctor, especially after seven months of symptoms. ...Read more
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