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Pelvic pain, urinary frequency and urgency as well as mild incontinence...No burning/discomfort during urination. 4cm left ovarian cyst...Uti?
UTI caused by Foley: Foley catheters are commonly used to drain the bladder when patients are unable to void on their own. If the catheters are put in improperly or left in too long, a bladder infection may occur. They are usually treated by removal of the catheter and treatment with antibiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Broad question: This question is sort of like, 'what does a urologist treat?'. Urinary problems can be cause by enlarged prostates (BPH), prostate cancer, bladder infection, bladder tumor, certain parasites, congenital anomalies of the urinary tract, diabetes insipidus, and many other conditions. Treatments depend on the cause: surgery, certain madications, and dietary habit changes. ...Read more
UTI: The most common cause in a young woman would be a urinary tract infection. In older ladies overactive bladder amy play a role. Othe cause in a young women maybe interstitial cystitis. See your doctor to see if there is an infection- vagimnal infections can also cause urinary frequency. ...Read more
Diarrhea and urine: Sometimes with diarrhea you can get a urinary tract infection which can cause frequent urination. If you have diarrhea from diabetes then the diabetes or elevated glucose can cause frequent urination. Pinworms can cause urinary tract infections. Follow with your doctor and check an urinanalysis/ urine culture. ...Read more
No: There are of course different type of prostate surgery. Postate removal for cancer has a severe incontinence rate of 3-5% and a mild to moderate incontinence rate of 10-15%. Both are very treatable in hands of surgeons who treat this often. Prostate scraping and laser treatments for benign disease rarely lead to incontinenece buts is also very treatable. Bottom line:it happens and is treatable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Children can experience urge incontinence, this may be a condition they're born with, or related to UTI (bladder infection) and is often associated with constipation. Children, esp heavy sleepers can experience incontinence at night or bedwetting. Athletic preteens and teens often experience incontinence with high impact sports- esp gymnastics, basketball and track. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Unclear but,: Urinary bladder spasm is a known condition for people with bladder irritation and is common in patients who have a urinary catheter. It means the bladder contracts (spasms, cramps) which causes pain. Also, ureter spasms develop in people who have ureteric stones. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Voiding diary: A voiding diary tracks the actual time of day you urinate along with the amount. Some diary also ask if you about the intensity of the urge along with how much fluid you consume in 24 hr. Other items that are track is leakage of urine. Most diary are appropriate for both gender. ...Read more
See below: Most common cause of decreased urine production/output is decreased fluid intake. Your kidney can regulate the loss of water from urine by putting out less urine but containing the same amount of waste. This is done quite efficiently. If anyone develops kidney disease the urine output can also drop, despite you drinking adequate water. Seek medical advice as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diet causes: Certain diets cause crystals like uric acid crystals from high protein diet, beer, and caffeine. Also, phophate crystals from dairy products intake. Also, oxalate from eggplant, strawberry and tea. Please, note the change of urine acidity makes some crystals melt and disappear. Also, some diseases cause crystals like gout, malabsorption, and oxaluria. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May be UTI.: If you have had sexual contact - including masturbation - you may have developed a urinary tract infection. Bacteria travel easily up the short female urethra and set up an infection in the bladder. These are usually easily treated with antibiotics. Please get checked by your health care provider for a proper diagnosis and treatment. Lgromkomd. ...Read more
Urologist: A urologist can teach you to self-cath, or his/her nurse. Please don't do it yourself w/out medical necessity or training. W/training it may be of help to you. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Get understanding.: Find out from your doctor just what the abnormalities are and what they might mean. One good way to get the information is to tell your doctor something like, "I want to understand what my urinalysis might mean. I am concerned about how it could impact my health." When your doctor explains it, make sure you understand your situation. Best wishes to you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What to do if I'm facing urinary problem for the past 8 years. from the begging I am taking the medicine, but no use.?
Not enough info: What is the actual urinary condiition? What is the medication? What are the symptoms? Consider resubmitting with more info. ...Read more
My issue is that I have been dealing with urinary inconsitinence for almost 2 months now and can't find help.. What do I do?
Many forms: This is difficult to fully answer as there are many forms of incontinence. This problem can occur if: the bladder gets too full and overflows, the bladder is not very elastic and cannot push all the urine out and there is dribbling, a bladder infection, a disorder where the bladder is very irritable, the bladder sits too low. You need a specialist called a urologist. You are to young for this. ...Read more
Urinary Incontinence: Stress urinary incontinece is the involuntary loss of urine due to a sudden or sustained increase in abdominal pressure, such as from a cough, sneeze, laugh, or from going from sitting to standing, running or lifting. Urge urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine in association with the coincident urge to avoid. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
URINARY SYSTEM: If you mean the normal evacuation portion then: once you're bladder fills without squeezing the signal reaches the brain. We then decide to go and, at the toilet we actively relax our sphincter, usually with a dead breath, and a signal from the sphincter , through the lower spine , tells the bladder to squeeze cause the doors open. Voiding problems can happen with any of those issues. ...Read more