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Why Do I Pee When I Cough
Stress incontinence: Stress incontinence or unwanted leakage of urine with activity, strain, cough, etc. Is an unfortunately common problem for women as they age. More common after childbirth, it is commonly the result of decreased resistence in the urethra resulting in urine leakage when you don't want it. There are options for treatment, you should discuss this with your doctor who may refer you to urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Here are some. ..: The described scenario suggests you have minimal degree of stress urinary incontinence although you might not have given childbirth. And occasionally, severe sudden increase in bladder pressure may induce urge urinary incontinence, which occurs a few seconds after coughing or sneezing and differs from stress U-incontinence which occurs right at the moment of coughing. .. More? Ask Doc timely... ...Read more
Here's some...: Clinically, you may have stress urinary incontinence resulting from the pressure inside the bladder at coughs exceeding your urethra can close and resist; that's common in many women after childbirth and will worsen over time, but regular Kegel exercise may help to a degree. More? Ask doc timely. ...Read more
Blocked nose + cough for about 4 days now. I pee when I cough too hard. Is it cause of concern? Should I see a doc?
Not terribly: Those symptoms are not terribly concerning. The blocked nose and cough is likely viral. If you have a fever or difficulty breathing then you should see a doctor. The urinating with coughing can happen and should resolve after the cough diminishes. Again, if you have pain with urination, fever or blood in the urine then you should see a doctor. ...Read more
This is called stress incontinence.
Many factors including age and prior surgeries. Usually difficult to find one definitive solution.
Obviously, treat illness that is causing chronic coughing. Reduction in weight (if overweight). Reduce consumption of caffeine or alcohol. Talk to gyn dr about pelvic floor exercises. Plan frequent toilet trips.
Google "stress incontinence" for more options. ...Read more
Pelvic floor muscle:
You get stress urinary incontinence, which is common in women, especially after multiple child births. First thing to do is try to urinate on regular basis and don't hold urine until the last minute. Meanwhile, practice pelvic floor muscle exercise religiously, that is, so-called kegel exercise. If these measures fail to help, see urologist or uro-gynecologist.
Of course, healthy lifestyle
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No: Most likely, you have had a vaginal delivery or two; and this has led to a relative degree of pelvic floor relaxation. It is vitally important to keep up with kegel exercises 50 times a day to strengthen urethral muscle control. This is stress urinary incontinence, not overative bladder nor functional incontinence nor uti. It will take tricks and reminders, but keep up your urethral "workouts! ". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hey I was just wondering what does it mean when your right side has an dull pain when cough pee or walk?
I had sex friday Since then I've had pain when I pee but that's been getting less painful And pain when I cough down there?
See below: A UTI would be the most common cause of your symptoms and which often occur as a result or aftermath of sexual activity. Whereas some UTIs will clear up on their own aided by increased oral fluids, most will require an antibiotic. Vaginitis or other vaginal pathology can also cause similar symptoms. If symptoms persist, recommend urinalysis, urine culture, possible STD screening, and a pelvic exam ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My left testicle doesn't move up when I pee or cough but my right testicle does. Is that normal or do I have problem with my left testicle?
Testicle: That is normal, no problems.Get a more detailed answer ›
5 month old has a nasty cough (doesn't seem to be breaking up) and just spiked a 39.2 C temp? She's cranky but still eating and peeing? Take her in?
Probably viral: Continue to give plenty to drink as with high fever she can become dehydrated more quickly. Give some acetaminophen for the fever based on her weight. If she's drinking and wetting diapers and alert and active you can observe. If she is not or if she is struggling to breathe please take her in to be seen. Hope she's feeling better soon! ...Read more
Need check up
possible pelvic infection called pid
need proper check up and treatment. ...Read more
The cough reflex is a protective mechanism that uses muscles in your throat and chest to expel mucous and saliva that may contain pathogens that would otherwise possibly be inhaled via aerosol or to expel pathogens infecting the throat and respiratory system. Cough benefits the host by reducing load and benefits the pathogen which may then spread via aerosol. ...Read more
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