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Urinating And Defecating Problems
Pain in flanks & low back radiating down both legs, Occ bad chest pain/mid back pain, difficulty beginning urinating & defecating. Kidney problem?
Spine?: Whole there are many nonspecific symptoms here, a problem with one or more of the discs in our spine could be a cause. Best to see your primary care provider for aide complete evaluation. Hope this helps! ...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
Hi, I have a persistent pain in my gut for the last few days. I have no problem defecating and urinating and there's no discolouration in either?
See details: Then see a doctor or go to the ER and have the problem properly evaluated. ...Read more
I'm going to be hung in a few days. Is there a way to keep from urinating and defecating? (like if I didn't eat or drink anything for several days?)
STOP, STOP, STOP: I am deeply worried by your question. You are only 18 years old & the state of tennessee performs executions by lethal injection not hanging. Thus, I am concerned that you plan to take your own life by hanging. Please, know that no matter what you are dealing with — it can get better. I know that it is likely hard to believe. With help there is hope. Here is the national suicide hotline #. ...Read more
Here are some ...: The available information is still not enough to sort out if your concern in bladder function is related with nerve or non-nerve dysfunction, which is important to know. But either requires specific attention to avoid bladder overdistention resulting in irreversible bladder muscle damage with timely draining the urine with indwelling catheter or intermittent self-catheterization. Detail? Ask Doc. ...Read more
Hello! Is there a correlation between hemorrhoids and enlarged prostate when it comes to defecating and urinating? Thank you!
Possibly: With prostate enlargement, obstructive urinary symptoms often occur gradually such as slowing of the stream, the need to strain to help force of stream and sense of incomplete emptying along with more frequent voiding. If obstruction is severe, hemorrhoids can become more inflamed when straining to urinate, resulting in discomfort. If this is occurring talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Yesterday evening I had blood in urine, this morning I noticed a drop of blood when I was wiping(after defecating). Haven't eaten red. No b in urine td.
Pain in the R illiac region (of abdomen)with difficulty urinating and defecating. Was asked to do an FBS but results were normal. Any ideas? UTI etc?
Incomplete defecating, Incomplete emptying of bladder during urination and Incomplete ejaculation, weak erection, sperm in prostate. Wh Doctor to see?
My 8 year old daughter is experiencing pain & difficulty urinating & defecating. It doesn't seem to be a UTI, and lactulose only helps for a few days?
Well: It seems she has been evaluated since she is on lactulose. So the first issue is there anything physically compromised. How was the birth history. If physically and anatomically she is fine then try to see if there is any emotional issue. In other words was she traumatized by any event or incident. Need to give a very good history to start with. This is a very important issue so need to find the ca ...Read more
My mother is sick, she is vomiting and is shaking like she is in an earth quake, I need to know what' going on. What do I do? We tried urinating, defecating, water, tea &warm blankets, and prayer. But she has gotten sleepy. I let her go to sleep but she i
?????: Have you considered taking her to an emergency room? ...Read more
Having clear vaginal discharge but comes out more when urinating or deficating. Is this normal? Recent CMP/CBC, pap, urine culture all normal.
When would you request an MRI or CT with contrast? I have unexplained: abdo distension, blood when urinating & defacating & constant mod-sev pain etc
I have tested blood and urine result is my S.G.P. T is quite high 155.3 u/l is there any serious problem? I am gating high temperature and body pain from past 6 days and it remains only for hour or 2 kindly suggest good diet for this situation
Probably: If this is a new symptom, to start with you need to be checked for urinary tract infection, and for diabetes. Usually with diabetes (uncontrolled) you will also be thirsty. Frequent urination and thirst are signs of high glucose levels. If the above is negative then you need to be checked foe other reasons. Anyhow please see your primary doctor asap to find out. ...Read more
See physician for dx: Sounds like urinary infection especially if associated with burning and pain. It is necessary to see physician for diagnosis and treatment or symptoms will continue to worsen. Other causes of urinary frequency include diabetes, excessive drinking, on diuretics, prostate hypertrophy, much less common cause would be bladder cancer. ...Read more
Metabolic problem: Cystinuria is a metabolic genetic disease that is associated with the leaking of Amino Acids in the urine--mainly cystine, ornithine, leucine, and arginine. However, when the urine is saturated with cystine, stones can form. Many patients suffer from frequent stone events and often need surgery. Cystine can also leak in the intestine, but usually doesn't cause symptoms. ...Read more
Many cause.: Urinary problems occur when the storage and voiding function of the bladder is disrupted. There are many causes. Nervous system problems in the brain or spinal cord, infections or pathology of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate, or urethra can affect urination. Disease such as diabetes & hypertension are causes. If you have urinary bother or having trouble with urination, see your physician. ...Read more
Dehydration: Do you mean a heavy "urine" odor, or that of an infection? If your urine is dark yellow/amber, but is otherwise "clear" (no sediment/"cloudiness"), then you are probably "dehydrated." a foul odor would suggest an infection. Many individuals are chronically dehydrated which results in frequent infections or stone disease — adequate hydration results in a urine output of > 2000 mls of urine/day. ...Read more
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Urology evaluation: Seek medical valuation by your primary care physician or urologist to obtain a thorough history and physical examination. Some men in their 40s will start to develop symptoms of bph. You may start to see a change in the strength of your stream as well as some irritative voiding symptoms. They may obtain an urinalysis, urine culture and may have you perform a urinary flow rate and check a pvr. ...Read more
Many things. : Urinary problems occur when the storage and voiding function of the bladder is disrupted. There are many causes. Nervous system problems in the brain or spinal cord, infections or pathology of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate, or urethra can affect urination. If you have urinary bother or having trouble with urination, see your physician. ...Read more
Yes: Not uncommon for pain pills, usually those containing narcotics (hydrocodone, oxycodone, etc), to cause difficulties with urination. More common in older men because of enlarged prostate and occasionally causing urinary retention requiring catheterization. Constipation from pain pills an even more common side effect which also aggravates or causes the urination difficulty. ...Read more
Not peeing enough: Is it hot in Galveston now? May be losing fluid in sweat and not pee. ...Read more
Urination Difficulty: Urination difficulties can be related to pelvic surgery but can also be related to nerve or stretch injuries from pregnancy alone. A proper examination and testing should be done to evaluate the cause. Testing includes physical exam, urodynamics (tests bladder/urethral function), radiographic studies, and/or nerve conduction testing. ...Read more
Not at all: Most men with prostatic enlargement have problems urine flow, and % of men problems increases with age. However, a number of lucky males can die in old age without experiencing significant impairment of urinary flow or incontinence. Many women experience stress urinary incontinence or urinary retention after menopause, especially the more children they have delivered. Again, only some. ...Read more
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