Frequent urination loss of appetite

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HI, Are there other signs or symptoms present? Frequent urination may be due to any of the following: diabetes, prostate problems such as prostatitis, Interstitial cystitis, certain medicines such as diuretics, overactive bladder syndrome, neurological diseases or urinary incontinence. The underlying cause of the urinary frequency should be known for proper management.
I also have some mild diarrhea, stomach bloating and some loss of appetite. I'm really worried, I'm 20 and I've never had these problems before. I'm not sexually active.
I am not sure what you mean by bathroom use—if it is loose stools, then the loss of appetite is due to gut infection. Take an OTC lactobacillus preparation (probiotics) and yoghurt with your meals. Drink plenty of fluids (clear soups, water, ORS in water, lemonade). Eat light, do not stay hungry but eat simple things like toast, porridge, cereals, crackers, banana, rice, peeled apple, etc. Take over the counter antacid and antiemetic (this SOS for vomiting).
some causes of loss of appetite. I hope you can get your WBCs rechecked in the CBC as she suggested.
in feet, swollen lymph nodes in neck, chest pain, ringing in ears, loss of appetite, and so many more. My thyroid has been checked - All clear there. I have an appt. to see a neuro next month. It is real sad to have to deal with not knowing what is going on with me. I even had an ENT to tell me it was anxiety. I was extremely upset. I took it as he did not have any other answers to tell me. He just did not have a clue.......A person knows when their body is not right.
I do have to frequently urinate and do feel a little off and have fatigue and loss of appetite. I am still going for tests but wanted to get your thoughts on the symptoms. I will respond back with results next week.
I think i'd rather not be preggers right now but I have no clue what else could be wrong with me! Also, I lost 10 lbs the first trimester of my last pregnancy due to loss of appetite.
Frequent urination Excessive thirst Unexplained weight loss Extreme hunger Sudden vision changes Tingling or numbness in hands or feet Feeling very tired much of the time Very dry skin Sores that are slow to heal More infections than usual I also found this information below: "Diabetes (as many as 60 percent of diabetic men have erection problems at some point)" If his symptoms get worse, I would not wait until October to go to the doctor. Better safe than sorry.
I have had frequent urination and bladder pressure for 7 months, with two UTI's negative, and a urologist appointment in a month- I'm concerned! After reading your message I realized it is a good idea to look into ovarian cysts. I never even thought about that until coming to this site. Would you, or anyone else recommend forgetting about the urologist and going straight to getting an ultrasound?
Rapid weight loss, in the absence of conscious endeavor to do so, indicates the presence of an underlying debilitating disorder and needs careful and detailed medical evaluation. Conditions that need to be ruled out include, cancer, AIDS, tuberculosis, and other disorders of the immune system.
The GI disorders that are associated with autonomic disorders (or at least all the ones I can think of off the top of my head right now) would be causing symptoms besides weight loss, such as constipation, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, etc. Because of the diagnosis of autonomic neuropathy (hunch or not, considering you're having GI symptoms...), a gastric emptying study might be appropriate even though your symptoms sound atypical for gastroparesis.
Could you now have Diabetis...weight loss and frequent urination are symptoms. Maybe go to a regular primary care doctor and ask for testing. Good luck.
I stopped Topo over a year ago because of hair loss. It didnt stop. I am so sad that I was so stupid to take topo for weightloss and now suffer with my hair falling out. I have always been known for my serious thick long hair. Now its just a mess. I think the topo messed with my adrenal system.
When he doesn't make it to the huddle, from decription, it sounds as if he's having a black out. Had lost 20 lbs. He has hand tremors, frequent urination, tires very easily, still big appetite, moody, "zones out" more than usuall. Blood tests, including drug and steroid, have been neg. Showed no dehydration. Second test for diabetes neg. Sent to cardiologist, all tests show nothing. 2 weeks left to wear heart event moniter, nothing so far. Has lost 5lbs more in 2 weeks.
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Symptoms of Type 1 diabetes are extreme thirst, frequent urination, drowsiness, sugar in urine, vision changes, increased appetite, weight loss, fruity odor on breath, and labored breathing. Since your child does have two of the above symptoms, you should have him checked as soon as possible. Having him checked is easy and relatively painless and if he does have diabetes, it would be better to find out now before his symptoms get any worse.
I did have a lot of nausea and loss of appetite so I guess that had a lot to do with it. I have contacted the company but haven't gotten a reply. Let me know how you do.
I know that oain but you need to find comfort in the fact that she didn't suffer. It just progressively gets worse and, unfortunately, is one of the most frequent cancers in dogs. So heartbreaking when we lose our beloved pets. I am sure Princess is running free with all those that wait at the Bridge for us. Hugs.
Flushed, hot, dry skin. Loss of appetite, abdominal pain, and vomiting. A strong, fruity breath odor (similar to nail polish remover or acetone). Rapid, deep breathing. Restlessness, drowsiness, difficulty waking up, confusion, or coma. Young children may lack interest in their normal activities.
Frequent urination, slurred speech, drooling and lack of coordination of thought to speech. Short term memory loss. So far, had numerous blood tests: Neg for: Lyme desease, Lupus, Thyroid disfunction, Aids, Rh.A. >11, Normal serum electrophoresis , normal ADA, CPK 178, ESR 4, no findings of Vitamin difficencies etc.. everything normal in blood tests so far. C.T. of Abdomen and pelvis with oral and IV contrast.
I have not vomited in a couple of days but I don't have much of an appetite. I have such a feeling of dread like something terrible is going to happen to me. I am probably overreacting due to stress but I feel so sick. I am even considering increasing my life insurance and wondering about the well being of my children if I am not around. Let me know if you go to the Md and what you are feeling. Hope you are feeling better soon.
Day 2 - Loss Of Appetite, Stomach pains, frequent urination, pain after urination at the tip of my penis, and not sleeping alot. Day 3 - Extreme muscle weakness in my legs, dry mouth, dry lips Day 4 - Went to the hospital in Barcelona - They could find nothing wrong - mainly looking for prostate issues Day 11 - Went to see my GP - She thought I had a break out of HSV1 - Also tested for HSV2 (Negative) Day 13 - Went to see a urologist as I was still having pain after urination.
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abnormal sleep patterns; frequent urination; hair loss; hair texture-fine; poor circulation-swelling of the legs, feet, arms & hands; skin texture-dry and thick; abnormal flushing-palms of the hands & soles of the feet appear yellow; abnormal size tongue with indentations around the edges; abnormal perspiration patterns-sweating without cause & night sweats; unstable mood-depression; poor short term memory; decreased sense of taste & smell; slow reflexes; abnormal menstrual cycl
†Symptoms first started in December – now are consistent everyday  ]Constant, gripping pain in pelvic area - bloating pressure in lower abdomen Unable to do simple, repeated physical exercise without suffering from sharp abdominal cramping/diarhhea that lasts 5-6 hours ]Extreme nausea ]Back, leg, arm, and hand aches/weakness ]Lack of appetite – unable to finish food ]Constant diarrhea, frequent/urgent urination – must be near bathroom at all times ]Shortness of breath ]Cold chills/fever ]Wei
For nearly 3 yrs I've had the following symptoms & been unable to work or attend school for 2 years: Extreme fatigue & joint/back pain, memory problems(getting worse), shortness of breath, dry eyes, sporadic hair loss, dizziness(one fainting spell over 2 years ago), severe hip/shoulder/neck pain, constant thirst, pain in lower abdomen (usally dull, sometimes sharp), urination frequency & difficulty/pain, constipation, queasiness(becoming more frequent),PVCs, appetite loss/increase, i
hi i am a 25 year old heterosexual male i recently took a trip to southeast asia for a month while there i had 4 sexual encounters with fsw all protected that i remember 2 were oral and 2 were vaginal about no more than 10 minutes max what worries me is one night i was very intoxicated and had the sexual encounter where she spent the night i remember one time protected intercourse but i tend to have sleep sex can not remember if i did with her or not i called her and she says it was only one tim
Usually my husband and I just laugh it off, but it has been getting worse not better since stopping the medication. - Loss of appetite, slight nausea, frequent (but unproductive) desire to urinate, and some diarrhoea, constipation and upset stomache. - Runny nose and sneezing (which could just be a cold - we can't blame everything on Lexapro!) - Sleeping difficulties: not falling asleep for ages, or waking up too early. - Blurred vision.
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