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Urinary Track White Sticky Jelly Discharge
Am having a yellow discharge from my urinary track , and there are no good doctors where i live , doctor please help am 19 years old?
May need antibiotics: Sorry about your situation. Unfortunately, in your case it seems that a medical evaluation and some tests (urine analysis/culture) might be needed to make a diagnosis and start treatment. If what you have is a UTI then it's fairly easy treatable but you have to see someone. ...Read more
Discharge can be a noun or a verb; it has multiple meanings in physics, chemistry, military, and legal usage. The most common medical meaning is a substance that is being excreted. Examples: pus is the discharge from a pimple; a vaginal discharge can mean infection; an ear discharge can mean an infection of the outer ear tract; a nasal discharge ...Read more
Out of nowhere today i had frequent urinary urges with pinkish red jelly-like discharges with the pee, with mild to moderate pain while urinating.
Unlikely: Unless the organism causing your wife's UTI is very rare and unusual this is very improbable. ...Read more
Badstomachcramps, diarea went to emergencyroom twice in a month.First time said urinary track inf.Second time bug thats been going around.Meds no work.
Time : Stomach viruses require a few days to resolve. Unless you have an infection then antibiotics will be helpful. Good luck. ...Read more
Water: The best prevention for uti's are increasing your water intake and possibly cranberry pills or cranberry jiuce. In uncomplicated cases, these have been shown to minimze the symptoms and even help treat these "infections". If these fail, then antibiotics will be neccessary. It is also beneficial to void every 4 to 6 hours and not hold the urine for excessive amounts of time. ...Read more
Yes: The vaginal barrel sits just below and parallels the urethra. If sex is prolonged or overly aggressive or the position is right this can cause trauma and mild swelling of the urethra. This is a form of physiologic urinary obstruction and may lead to infection. Same is true if there is swelling of the external genetalia due to sex, with partial occlusion of the urethral orifice. ...Read more
Yes: Especially if recurrent...Can be related to othe rproblems. ...Read more
E coli is bacteria: E coli is the name of a type of bacteria which typically lives in the gut, but can travel anywhere and cause an infection. "regular" e coli from a woman's colon often finds its way forward to the urethra (passage from bladder to outside) and is a common cause of utis in women. Other dangerous strains of e coli (o157-h7) are more commonly found in food sources from contaminated livestock or crops. ...Read more
Many problems: severe destructive problems along the entire urinary tract . You must get in to be seen ASAP. Typically you would have excruciating pain and fever. Perhaps it is something else altogether. All the more reason for an examination and appropriate treatment. Get scheduled for your own health. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes you can: There is no association between the two actions. ...Read more
Insert a tampon: If the blood is vaginal, it will stain the tampon. If it is urinary, the tampon will remain unstained. ...Read more
UTI: This is complex and can't be answered here. Women have a short urethra (tube from bladder out) and the outlet is in the labia (pelvic lips), an area which often has high bacterial counts. This makes them more prone to UTIs than men, and these can be recurrent for a variety of reasons. See www.wisegeekhealth.com/what-is-the-pathophysiology-of-urinary-tract-infection for a basic explanation. ...Read more
Recurrent UTI's: Recurrent urinary tract infections need to be evaluated and managed appropriately. You should see a urologist and have appropriate testing which will include urine testing and imaing of the urinary tract. Some patients may also need to undergo cystoscopy. Your urologist will determine the evaluation you needn and the results will guide treatment. ...Read more
I have light itches in my urinary track but after conducting all urinary tests, no veneral disease was found. What's causing this?
Need more info: The urinary tests should have included routine urinary infections not necessarily syphilis or gonorrhea. Gonorrhea produces more discomfort that itching. The itching could be also caused by something you ate that is irritating your urethra (the tube that carries the urine from your bladder through the penis). If this symptom continues for a few day more, see your family physician & drink more H2O. ...Read more
Called for my urinary results And came back negative . I still have discharge and a foul smell . Scheduled to Go again Wed . What can it possibly be ?
Depends on cause: Cure depends on cause- find this out, you'll then be able to cure it: 1.Diabetes (control blood sugars) 2.Irritant (e.G soap too alkali) 3. Anatomical issues (urologic intervention) or 4. Physiologic problem (pharmacotherapy). Regardless, some situations demand a doctor's expertise (serious infection) others require prevention on your part (complete voiding, reduce risk of an std). ...Read more
UTI: Urinary tract infections are rare in uncircumcised boys, and very rare in circumcised boys. When they do occur, the boy is usually very young (days to weeks) and has something underlying in the urinary tract that predisposes to infection. The vast majority of boys i've seen complaining of pain with urination did not have a urinary tract infection, they had manual irritation. ...Read more
No: Bladder infections are: urinary burning, pain, hesitancy, incontinence, frequency, urgency, nighttime urination, blood in the urine, and hesitancy to starting your stream. I can't think of a way that any of these could contribute to breathing problems like shortness of breath, asthma, decreased exertional tolerance, or heart trouble causing breathing difficulty. ...Read more
UTI: If you think you may have a UTI you should see a doctor asap and get it treated before it becomes more serious. Good luck. ...Read more
Prone to UTIs or: Original UTI not treated with correct antibiotic. Urine culture is necessary if UTI appears to recur immediately in case of wrong antibiotic. If prone: can be related by not emptying bladder after sex, constipation, synthetic or thong underwear, infrequent urination, bubble bath or bathing not showering, keepin thighs together when urinating & thus trapping urine behind labia. Germs love urine. ...Read more
UTI: "uti" includes all types of infections in the urinary tract. Cystitis is specifically a term describing inflammation of the bladder. Most often cystitis, although quit irritating, does not cause systemic symptoms such as fever, body aches etc. Pyelonephritis (also a uti) on the other hand is an infection of the kidney causing significant systemic symptoms. ...Read more
Prevention& Treatment advice are many. Some important one includes:
1. Hygiene (wiping away from urethra after a bowel movement..2. Voiding after intimacy. 3. Blood sugar control if you have Diabetes. 4. Correcting anatomical issues involving the G urinary system. 5 Seeing your doctor to correct Physiologic problems. 6. Drinking plenty of fluids and don't "hold it in" when you need to urinate. ...Read more
Could do: If an infection ascends up the urinary collection system, yes it could. It is then called pyelonephritis. ...Read more
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