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Would A Chill In The Bladder Cause Pain
The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more
What causes pain in the pelvic maybe in the bladder after taking something sweet or cold? Usually happens around ovulation.
Weird symptoms: What you're describing is not characteristic of most cycles. I cannot give you an answer for sure. You should keep track of this and see if it's consistent and persistent. It is really bothersome and associated always with menses, then you can always see a gynecologist regarding supression of menses. ...Read more
What is wrong with me? I have diarrhea and I have no gull bladder but im sick all the time. I have the cold chills and no fever but sinus like problems as well and im haven swelling and water weight
Can celiac cause days of vomiting w/chills, fever, sweating, congestion, bladder problems, severe sence of smell/taste every 2-6months suddenonset 14yrsago?
No: Celiac cannot cause those symptoms. You need a specialist, either an immunologist an of an imfectious disease doctor ...Read more
Bladder strep germs: Bladder strep germs are usually group b streptococcus, which are common germs in the colon, which don't have much difficulty getting into the bladder (which is why always to wipe front to back). The symptoms are those of an ordinary bladder infection, burning, frequency, urgency when you pee. Sometimes the germ causes no symptoms. The problem is greatest during pregnancy as it can infect baby. ...Read more
Yes: When assessing pelvic pain it is important to evaluate all the components of the pelvis as a potential source of pain. The pelvis contains not only the vagina, cervix, uterus, tubes, and ovaries, but also bowel, bladder, muscles, ligaments, and pelvic joints-- all are potential sources of pelvic pain. ...Read more
Absolutely because: The urinary bladder's role is to be a distensible bag which collapses to less than 5 cc yet expand to several hundred cc of urine. Calcium in walls prevents such distensibility plus there must be marked ongoing wall damage to result in this calcification response to the point it can be detected, a significant ongoing body destruction behavior. ...Read more
Residual urine: This may occur if the urine is not completely emptied after micturation. This is called residual urine--it never leaves. The most common reasons are obstruction--an enlarged prostate, urethral stricture, or low bladder voiding pressures due to neurological or other diseases. Diabetes, for example can lead to poor bladder emptying. There may also have been prior infections or surgery. ...Read more
Can intersital cystitis cause permanent damage to the bladder? And does any medications help or make it worse?
Check out these: Informative links. Take care and happy holidays! Http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/interstitial-cystitis/ds00497. http://www. M.webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/interstitial-cystitis. ...Read more
Good question: Bladder lining is full of sensory nerve endings. Cystitis or UTI affecting bladder cause unflammation of lining which irritates sensory nerve endings & can cause ache, soreness, burning pain with, frquency of urination & can also cause involuntary bladder contractions which coul;d result in wetting accidents. ...Read more
Yes.: Holding and storing large volumes of urine is not healthy for the bladder. It can stretch the wall of the bladder, to which it responds by thickening. Over a long period of time, your bladder may not be able to contract efficiently and expel the urine. This is especially bad for men, because as they age, the prostate gland can obstruct the bladder making the contraction more important. ...Read more
Probably not: Should not affect the bladder muscle, so that future function should not be impaired unless u r a diabetic. Unless u develop cystitis cystica, consisting of numerous tiny inflammatory cysts (like microscopic pimples) of bladder wall which would make you prone to recurrent utis until it clears up. Or rare possible cause of interstitial cystitis. ...Read more
What can cause spasms in the bladder within less than a minute after urination. I will have hard sharp spasmodic pain in my bladder after urination.?
Infection: Infection likely need to see physician.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi been told by doctor have fribroads can this cause problems with the bladder I get like a knife pain before going the toilet an after can u advise?
Get checked for UTI: Having fibroids can cause problems with the emptying of the bladder. So, that means that your bladder being compressed by the uterus that is heavier than usual due to fibroids, leads to incomplete emptying of the bladder. That's a set up for a bladder infection, so ruling that in our out is step one. Then step 2 is fixing the anatomical problem, which needs to be done with gyn. Call your doc 2day ...Read more
What could cause inflammation in the bladder besides a tumor can always consuming alcohol cause this?
Working all day causes pressure on the bladder what can I do. Feels fine at night. Just finished all antibiodics for uti.?
Consider stress: Stress or anxiety can trigger sensation of need to urinate frequency and goes along with symptom free nights. U took antibiotics for a UTI & some utis are resistant to prescribed antibiotics. So it's worthwhile getting a urine test if you continue to have urinary symptoms, in case you still have a persistent or recurrent uti. Good luck. ...Read more
Is it possible recurrent UTI's are caused by sex and intermittent cathetering pushing bacteria into the bladder?
Both are possible: Yes, both sex and passing a bladder catheter can lead to UTI. In addition, conditions that require catheterization -- like bladder paralysis or weakness (you list spina bifida as a medical condition) -- predispose to UTI all by themselves. Discuss all this with your doctor; or if he or she seems uncertain, maybe an infectious diseases specialist. Good luck! ...Read more
Can straining hard when constipated cause pressure on the bladder up to a day later or is there something separating these two body parts?
I have a 5mm stone that is stuck in the ureter, just outside the bladder. It has caused mild hydronephrosis and hydro-ureter. I have no pain at all, just a slight "awareness" in my lower back. 3 questions. 1. How swiftly must this be addressed" days?
No rush, may pass: Most 5 mm ureteral stones pass spontaneously. Your symptoms are mild and you have had either a ct or a renal ultrasound & are under care so there is no immediate need for intervention. Urine should be filtered in case stone is passed. Studies can be repeated in 2 weeks, or sooner if symptoms increase, risk of renal damage is minimal. Stone can be removed later as needed. Ureter. ...Read more
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