Frequent urination, bladder pressure and loin pain?

Infection. See your doctor today (not an emergency). You may ave a urinary tract infection. In the meantime, increase fluids.

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What could be causing frequent urination, bladder pressure and left loin pain?

Several things. This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. Read more...

Could solely raised bladder neck cause - frequent urination/feeling never empty, pressure, knot feel? Flomax (tamsulosin) not helping or other meds.

See remark. The question is not clear?by raised bladder neck you mean bladder neck contracture(obsruction),the answer is YES ! You are relatively young for having this problem.Yes,it causes everything you descibe. Flomax which relaxes the snug bladder neck invariably help,but in your case,at your age,PLEASE see a urologist.Best of luck. Read more...

What are the signs of a UTI. I have frequent urination, my bladder feels like its not getting empty all the way. I feel pressure and discomfort when uri?

As described. Burning with urination, frequency, urgency, sense of incomplete emptying are classic for UTI. Occasionally you may also see blood in your urine. Recommend going to primary care doctor or urgent care for UA, urine culture, and empiric antibiotics. Drink plenty of fluids to flush infected urine out of bladder. . Read more...

What could be cause of bladder pressure? Negative UTI, no pain or frequent urination. Have IUD but it's in place.

Needs a scan. Very difficult to comment without further history and examination. You may be constipated which can in turn cause pressure on the bladder. There may be a fibroid in the uterus. You will need to see your doctor to get an X Ray and/or ultrasound scan arranged to see what's causing this. Read more...
Bladder pressure. it is interesting issue. It will be important to know your obstetric history. some time people with weak pelvic floor can feel the pressure. It will be important to see your GP to make sure that there is no uterine prolapse (partial) which can cause the pressure sensation in absence of these symptoms. A doctor review is recommended as it may need an internal examination. Read more...
See below. In a young female with bladder pain, discomfort, and/or pressure in absence of a UTI and with a fairly unremarkable urinalysis, the most common cause would be "Interstitial Cystitis" (aka Painful Bladder Syndrome). Often associated with variable degree of urinary frequency and less often pain with intercourse. Other possible causes would include gyne-related problems (e.g. fibroids, endometriosis) Read more...