Bladder infection leg pain

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I had a 105 degree temp, chills, sweats, when I got up at 4 in the morning to pee, I thought I peed myself but there was blood all down my leg and when I looked there was about 1/2 cup on the floor from my bladder... then the horrible bladder spasms started and the worst infection. I was delirious I guess... I knew what I was saying but my husband and daughter couldn't understand a word I was saying.
on the woundfor inflammation. However, one week later I started to have the leg pain back and the groiin was quite tender. My GP gave me a week's supply of pencillin based abtibiotics. This stopped the pain in my leg after 1 day and the groin was back to "good". Now 2 weeks later, I am feeling extremely ill. I have the pain back in my leg and the groin is very tender. I feel quite weak when I stand up, headaches and extreme itching. I generally feel quite unwell.
you can be put on medication to controll your bladder such as amatriptyline. you could have a water infection and your bladder wants to go more to flush the infection out of your body. you may also be suffering from diabetes. many people in the world suffer from diabetes without realising it especially in the uk and the usa. symptoms include frequant urinating, drinking alot, feelling dizzy, hot, sweaty,sick and sometimes tingling in the body.
Which of the two are consistent with lower back pains moving through the button and down the leg, mainly on the right side? Note however, that there isn't any burning/pain nor restriction when urinating.
for a long time. My symptom question is; do any of you get bladder pain? My pain is back again (it's been gone for a good three years now) and my poor bladder aches, so does my groin (left side) and down my left leg. I get poking in my back as well. Especially when I lay down at night. I'm not in as much pain as a lot of you are...but do you guys get any of these symptoms?
last year i had a cyst 10cm in size removed along with the ovary on my left side, now i'm back in pain only 9months after my opp. Now im getting pain in my bladder when its full it kills me and after i wee the is still there!! im getting lower back pain also that just will not go away, and OMG when i need a poo i could cry before and after!!! the pain is also in my left side of my belly and if i sit for to long it the pain go's down my leg, i feel sleepy all the time!!!!!
For the past few months I have had a strong urgency to urinate (even after urination), pain in my bladder, testicular pain/numbness (mostly in my left testical), penis pain/numbness, prostate pain/numbness, upper left leg pain/numbness, and my butt feeling numb. If I push onto the upper part of my bladder with my fingers I sometimes feel pain and if I squeeze my penis it sometimes feels like a burning pain.
My thoughts would be a possible kidney, bladder or urinary tract infection, especially since you say urinating makes the pain in your stomach worse. Even kidney stones - yes, it is possible to have a kidney stone with the pain not being in your kidney area - my dad used to get kidney stones a lot (he's now on meds that help keep his body from producing them) and there were several times when his ONLY symptom was abdominal pain.
i also had my gall bladder out bout 8 weeks ago now as had severe gall stones and in among i had a lymph node infection(busy time), my problem is i suffer terrible nearly constant leg pain mainly thigh area which works its way down and my legs has a not nice looking tiny red spotty texture on them. any ideas on what this could be ????????? sick of taking pain killers which don't work. This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/198682'>leg pain ? weird</a>.
I get the lowerback pain, cramping, and sometimes even the leg pain. It is worse during ovulation because the egg is trying to push through. All of this alot of the symptoms are simular. It is really hard to tell what is going on until you go and get it checked out. It is better to check then not.
I think the leg/butt pain is seperate to the swelling and bladder issue but others have been looking for one thing causing it all. The pain in my leg/butt is what bothers me the most of all the symptoms as it is a constant and debilitating pain. I am going to have an ultrasound of my hamstring tomorrow so we'll see if that shows anything. I am just about ready to give up and I have become very depressed by it all.
Firstly i like to thank you for your quick response it means alot to me thank you .ok its hard to explain where the exact pain is, the pain is where the leg joins the palvice its on both sides (the pain is in my inner thigh) my doctor told me its the cord. and pain is constant at times the pain goes away and its back in an hour.its more like a discomforting pain. i dont have any pain when urinating .i dont have fever .
Eventually I gave up and went to the ER because I was in so much pain. Now I get to wear a catheter and bag for at least a week so I can go to urology. Im 28 and I have my urine strapped to my leg!! aargh.. I guess my question is this...Should ER have done something besides cath? Should I be asking about steroids? What will urology actually be able to do? Am I looking at a future of self cathing?
These symptoms usually indicate problems in the functioning of the muscles that control urination, although urinary tract infection (UTI) must be eliminated as a cause. Is this the only symptom you have? I know you had a nerve pain in your leg but have you been tested for other health problems. Bladder problems alone do not mean you have MS but if you do have MS they can be related. Sorry, lots of questions and without knowing a bit more it is hard to say.
Since '02 till last December I have been fine, yes I had the numbness in my leg but no pain. Almost 7 years after my surgery all of a sudden I have excruciating pain in my right leg. It started with muscle spasms, weakness, and finally pain. Why after all these years is it happening? The MRI and xrays say the surgical site looks fine. I can barely handle stairs, walking, and even driving now.
I also have had pain in my bladder area which can be really painfull at times ! Even when I just move my leg it happens. I thought that it was a urine infection but I have been to the docters and its all clear ... My mum says its prob the baby on my bladder but I have felt the baby move and he/she is not that far down !
Sorry for the long post, but are there any other reasons for bladder pain and frequent urinary urges? They just said if he still has problems in a few more days to come back. He isn't a complainer and I just can't help to think that maybe there is something else to this. Or, do some viral infections (which they said it probably was) cause these symptoms? Any information would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
By not being able to empty the bladder one is at greater risk of getting UTI than the possibility of getting an infection from the catheter. For urine drainage a leg bag can be used during the day and can be changed to a larger bedside bag during the night. Drainage of the leg bag can be done sitting and having it drain into a shallow bed pain and than have the urine disposed in the toilet.
Still having problems, which include pain in my upper leg area, pain in my vaginal area, pain during sex, alot of scar tissue and still have leakage. I will be going back for another procedure in July and hope this works this time. It's very depressing thinking you have made the proper decision and still have problems.
She did her tests and told me I didn't have a bladder infection I had the worse type kidney infection you can have. She told me to stop taking the bactrim and she put me on Ciprofloxacn 500 mg twice daily. And a pain pill with norcoditics of some kind. I have no insurance of any kind. I have spent hundreds of dollars and still in horrible pain. The stinging in the legs have gone for the most part. My pain in my back is a dull ache my ribs don't hurt. I don't sleep more than and hour at a time.
I was discharged on the 5th day postpartum wearing a leg catheter to manage my bladder issue. A home care nurse visited me 2 weeks after to remove the leg catheter. I was told to drink a lot of water and urinate every few hours to make sure my bladder is back to normal. The home care nurse returned a few hours later to scan my bladder and it was under 100cc? I believe so I wasn't required to use the catheter again.
I have been seeing a Neurologist for two years, I have had botox injections which have eliminated the knife like pain when I sat down or stood up but have done nothing for the throbbing nerve pain while sitting. I had steroid shots but these did nothing... Now the pain is starting to spread to my hip joints and I get pain that goes down the side of my thigh muscles.
I am circumsised 23 yr old male and had unprotected sex with a 37 yr old woman and 1-2 days later developed 2 very small bumps flesh colored with a black line through them, also i had 4 red slightly inflamed dots on the underside of the head 2 on either side of ureathra,and i had a burning sensation that was very uncomfortable and lasted for 2-3 weeks freaked out I got full std panel done @1-3-5-7-10 weeks exposure with no other sexual contact GP looked at it and said it didnt look like any std
The back pain is probably just from the pregnancy, but the leg pain you may need to watch out for. If the pain is in the calf, or in the thigh, the leg is swollen, or red, or hot, you need to let your OB know. Or, if it just continues to bother you even without the above symptoms, it would be best to just run it by the OB. You are at higher risk of a lower extremity blood clot, having twins. But don't worry too much; it is still very uncommon. Keep an eye on it.
I had the monarch sling surgery 20 months ago. Some of you that are describing symptoms such as leg pain, hip pain, etc., - I just don't want you to lose hope. I had many of those same symptoms for almost a year after surgery...not bad, but just annoying as though a nerve was involved or something. All those little pains are now completely gone. I ride horses competively and this was the sling my doctor recommended as it carried very few long term issues. I must say he was correct.
You could have had this all a long but the pain becomes worse after gall bladder removal. There is usually pain or attacks in the right quadrant and nausea with vomiting. This usually happens after eating or on an empty stomach. There is also the problem of gerd when you get your gallbladder removed. Usually taking nexium or something similar can help this. I do not think they would do a gallbladder transplant. I have developed issues as well after my surgery.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with my prostate, but my MS tells my bladder function that there is. I also have neurotically pain in my feet. I take two meds for this; Elavil and Neurontin. Elavil is an antidepressant and Neurontin is an anticonvulsant. I'm not depressed and don't have convulsions but the combination seems to keep my foot pain triggers from misfiring. Now that the dots have been connected, for me, I have been able to relax and fight the fight on both fronts.
Now this doesn't help me at all knowing that herpes tend to hide in the nerve root and there is information that herpes can cause nerve pain. Not to mention other ppl online saying they had muscle twitching and/or leg and groin pain before or after they were diagnosed with herpes. What am I to do now?? The nerve pain seems to have subsided a tad but is still there and the twitching has not stopped since it began almost 4 months ago.
You will need to take a combination of medications (under medical supervision) like a proton pump inhibitor such as omeprazole, lansoprazole or pantoprazole empty stomach in the morning and an antacid gel after meals for complete relief. Possibility of H pylori infection too should be looked into by a carbon urea breath test and a combination antibiotic tried. Many a times a persisting H pylori infection can be the cause behind acidity not responding to treatment.
His headaches come and go, but seem to be always about 12-36 hours before the leg pain. It is actually the leg pain that makes me take his temperature. He acts so normal other than those few things, that you would just assume they are growing pains, like I did when he first started having them. During the attacks he doesn't gain weight, and last year actually lost weight.
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