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Urgency To Pee Means
Is marijuana bad for overactive bladder? What to do if it causes urinary urgency & inability to urinate?
THC and muscles: Marijuana has effects on muscle function - whether it be muscle function in organs such as the bladder or intestines, or skeletal muscles. That's why your reaction time is slower when you are doing a doobie. If you are having symptoms related to its use, you need to stop its use and if symptoms not improving in a few days, talk to doc about further testing and evaluation of more permanent damage. ...Read more
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
Have Prostatitis.Even Bladder is Full DONT FEEL URGE to go toilet,just feel pain type in pelvis,then go toilet void large amount of urine,What happen?
Infection or: your prostate will cause urinary urgency and frequency: you will need an examination a a 10 day course of antibiotics ...Read more
Urine culture negative. Frequent urination. Urge to go. Little urine coming out. Need to excrete more but cannot. No pain. ?
Here are some ...: Be checked out timely to see if you're able to empty bladder or to hold the urine - bladder stability, besides confirming UTI. To do so, collect & bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, and progress of all the related symptoms to Doc for analysis + physical exam + possible tests as needed so to deduce possible Dx for proposing reasonable Rx... ...Read more
Still could be UTI: Even if you have no visible blood in your urine or cloudy urine, you could still have a bladder infection. These are usually treated with oral antibiotics if it's uncomplicated. We also would consider sexually transmitted illnesses if there has been any recent exposure. I recommend getting checked out by your doc, and they'll do a simple urine test. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Discomfort in the urethra having urge to urinate with very little urine flow . No discharge. What can this mean?
Is white discharge from urethra, frequently urinating, and feeling the urge to urinate eventhogh not so much comes out something to seek acute help for?
Discharge: You may have a urethral or prostate infection, see your doctor. ...Read more
Bladder doesn't seem to hold much urine before feeling the need to go to the toilet 30 female no kids, what could cause this? No incontinence.
URINARY FREQUENCY: It could be many things, dietary irritants are the most common reason. There is a large list of them and they may have been in your diet for years and just now cause an issue. Constipation can also cause it. Fill out a diary of ins and outs with times for a day. This will help a physician sort out the issue faster. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Frequent urination with little coming out. Urge to go. No pain. Urine culture negative. What could be wrong?
Need more info: Have you had UTI in the past, have you had stones in your urinary tract, are you having any other symptoms, are you well hydrated. If this keeps up you might want to see a urologist. But give this a little time. Drink large amounts of liquid and see if that does not solve the problem. ...Read more
Because of exessive masturbation, after urinating i don't feel as if the bladder is empty, but no more pee comes out either. Why?
Likely Prostatitis: Repeated ejaculation can incite swelling in the prostate. This results in the bladder feeling as if there is still urine present even after finishing. The swelling can also result in decreased force of the stream, urgency and sensation of incomplete emptying the best way to resolve this is to abstain for several days and see if it goes away. Aleve/ibuprofen or Aspirin and increased water helps. ...Read more
I have constant urge to urinate, straining to start (delayed) and straining to urinate. Very little urine comes out. No uti. Please possible causes!
Be checked soon...: You should be evaluated since your bladder seems running out its strength due to a long-term overwork. How to get these related things done crrectly? It is not that hard at all if following suggestion in articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onBPH-LUTS-VoidingTrouble.html. Thereby you gain right insight on how to worl well with the doctors. More? Contact me and I can help. ...Read more
Not emptying bladder fully then needing wee soon after. Burning an weird twinging anus an penis. Urine and sieman sample negative. Anxiety Suffererer?
Interstital Cystitis: We more often hear of this in young women, but it is actually quite common in men too. It can be related to underlying conditions, so read about it: http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/sym/cystitis_in_males.htm and see a provider for treatment if it continues. It's good that so far your results are negative and you can find symptomatic relief OTC. Ask the druggist. Try CBT for anxiety. It can help. ...Read more
It's possible.: A bladder infection can be highly irritating to the bladder, and this can cause the muscle to contract inappropriately. These bladder spasms can sometimes overcome the continence mechanism of the urethral sphincter, resulting in incontinence. See you physician if you have a bladder infection or new onset of urinary incontinence. ...Read more
Can you train your bladder to stop wanting to double void? feel uge to pee constant, testes pain sometimes and split stream sometimes. Prostate normal
Need evaluation: With the symptoms you describe, especially the split stream you need urological evaluation. ...Read more
Does a UTI always have more symptoms than burning feeling while urinating and urgency to go to the bathroom?
UTI symptoms: Urinary tract infections can present in a variety of ways. Some cause no symptoms at all. Others cause urinary burning, a frequent urge to urinate, a feeling of incomplete emptying, pelvic pressure and others. The best way to determine if an infection is present is to see a doctor and have your urine tested ...Read more