Frequent urination menopause

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frequent-urination

Since the last 5 days, i have been experiencing frequent urination. After i pass urine, i feel the urge to pass urine again after half hour or hour. Initially, there was slight burning when passing urine but not anymore. I got urine test done but it shows no infection. One month ago, i got digestive problems and acidity and doctor gave me Zantac for that and i was fine within a week. Now ocassionally, i experience acidity and burning in stomach so i avoid fried foods.
Just curious, if the ultrasound for an ovarian cyst comes back positive do you know if there is anything that they can do to stop the bladder pressure/frequent urination? Have you talked with your GYN or urologist about what (if any) treatments exist for the cysts? Thanks.
lower abdominal pain, mood swings, nausea, hot flushes, sore breasts, headaches, frequent urination, bloating, light headedness, sleeplessness, missed period...they all are symptoms of an early menopause. This does not run in my family, but i am the only one who's had an ovary removed. I'll probably still hang around to help other women out when i can.
lower abdominal pain, mood swings, nausea, hot flushes, sore breasts, headaches, frequent urination, bloating, light headedness, sleeplessness, achy joints, memory lapses, missed period...they all are symptoms of an early menopause. This does not run in my family, but i am the only one who's had an ovary removed. I'll probably still hang around to help other women out when i can.
(I work the third shift) I have frequent urination, which awakens me, also. Last year, I had episodes where I felt weird after sitting for a long time, and then standing up. Upon standing, I felt as if I was going to lose consciousness. If I tilted my head back, it was worse! Got a strange sensation in the back of my head and neck. Sometimes my head feels like it is being squeezed. Well, after going to the ER, and three different doctors, not really anything was found.
Hello, I am 48 y/o, going thru menopause, my last period was 05/2006, after a D&C for abnormal uterine bleeding, which resolved after the D&C (no more bleeding at all). At that time I had 2 small fibroids. Now one year later, I have another U/S and besides the fibroids, now I have a 2cm ovarian cyst. Since I am entering the menopause stage I am so worried that this could be an ovarian cancer... Can anyone help me???
) I've experienced hyperparathyroidism and it presented quite similar to your symptoms. The night sweats, frequent urination, GI problems, headaches, and anxiety and palpitations were among them...(I had many more symptoms..) It makes your blood calcium level high and, if it goes unchecked, it can cause high blood pressure and strokes (which may have been what you've experienced when you had your Feb '08 episode).
Excess facial hair (big time), loss of libido, painful dry intercourse, irregular periods(before the pill), fatigue, breast tenderness at odd times of the month, slight incontinence and more frequent urination, mood swings, depression, ADD, sudden flushness and rosy cheeks, restless sleep, hot and cold through the night, bloating, constipation, achy joints in legs, especially the hip (this just started to occur), tinnitus, and sometimes I have a hard to explain tingling sensation in my back a
The symptoms I am having is a burning sensation in my lower back, buttocks and vaginal area. I also frequent urination and extreme nausea. I am trying to find out if these symptoms could be associated with the cyst. I had an Pelvic Ultra sound done, CAT Scan and MRI on my lower back which showed no abnormalities. The radiologist who read the exam said that this was he speicality and said the cyst was 99% benign, still worried about the 1%.
Frequent urination and abdominal pain can be anything from a uti to symptoms of early menapause. I don't think you are pregnant, but if you want to be sure, take a test.
ok, so here it is... (i apologize in advance for the long post) my husband and I have been TTC for over a year now, and month after month we get the unfortunate monthly gift. 2 years ago i gave birth to a healthy baby boy, prior to becoming pregnant with him we tried for 6 years only to find out that i was not getting pregnant due to having Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. the dr. advised me to change my diet, gave me Metformin to take and i became pregnant immediately.
Morning sickness, dry skin, metalic taste, frequent urination, most aweful headaches,hot flashes I sleep with my window cracked open just to breath my breast are tender and I'm having mood swings. So I keep telling myself that it's menopause. I took a pregnancy test on last week and it came up negative. So I was going to wait unti I miss my next af for this month.
I've been having headaches everyday, but nothing a nap or Tylonol wont cure. I have hot flashes, aggressive mood swings, excessive hunger, frequent uniation and excessive fatigue. And before you all say the 2 obvious things, I'm not pregnant, I took htps and all neg. and I'm too young for menopause. I am more than sure it has to do with hormones. So my question is does anyone know what it is or is anyone going through this?
This bigeminy and trigeminy always occurs in the evening, sometime around 7 or 8 as I'm settling down from dinner and a trip to the gym. As I let my mind and body relax, the PVCs get more frequent and eventually as I lay down to get to sleep the PVCs occur at nearly every other beat. Lately, I haven't been able to take this at night, so I will jump out of bed and furiously pump out about 50 push-ups without stopping. This gets my heart rate up quite a bit, maybe around 80 or 90 bpm.
Diabetes can also cause frequent urination. Are you also thirsty a lot? It would be a good idea for you to get your blood sugar tested.
I feel like I'm pregnant. Is that even possible? I am experiencing many typical signs. Frequent urination, very sore and painful breasts, trouble sleeping, constipation, nausea and of course, no period. I have had three negative (First Response) pregnancy tests. What's going on?
The resulting bladder irritation can cause pain or irritation with urination (dysuria), a stronger urge to urinate (urgency), and frequent urination (frequency). I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Hi Jende, i suffer similar symptoms, same age except only one child and i too am sterilised.I believe you are peri-menopausal which is basically the period of time, varies from woman to woman, where your hormones are basically all over the place, like puberty in reverse. This can start 10 yrs before the menopause, i started noticing problems at age 37.
I'm really tired all the time and I have frequent urination. I really hope I'm pregnant but I'm also scared. Any ideas on what you think about it? Let me know(: Any input is welcomed!
In February i experience severe low back pain and painful breasts, this was followed by frequent urination and spectrum from my breast, but i have gone for pregnancy tests and they are negative even the scan is negative, what could be the problem?
Urinary tract (which consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and the urethra) infections are very common in young women. Symptoms of UTI are frequent urination, burning sensation during urination, passing of blood in urine and even fever.The most common causes of repeated UTIs are kidney stones and diabetes mellitus. Women who are sexually active, who use diaphragms for birth control, and/or are past menopause are at an increased risk for urinary tract infections.
Common causes of frequent urination without an increase in the amount include urinary tract infection; STDs such as herpes, chlamydia, and gonorrhea; pregnancy; changes in the vagina due to menopause; and in women who've had more than one pregnancy, inability to completely empty the bladder and poor bladder support. Stress can also make one feel the need to urinate more often, as can drinking beverages containing caffeine. Some people simply have small bladders that fill up more quickly.
I am having pregnancy symptoms nausea sore nipples exhausted frequent urination and my lower abdomen is swollen. I have taken three HPT and all are negative. I have an appointment July 12th with the GYN. Am I crazy or could I be pregnant or is it something else? Any comments are appreciated thanks!!!
However, I am currently experiencing some frequent urination and constipation, which are symptoms of having fybriods. I also had some hormonal changes after my tubal ligation. Some of which I could have done without. I'm hoping this time that i dont have to go through those changes again.
Urinary tract (which consists of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and the urethra) infections are very common in young women. Symptoms of UTI are frequent urination, burning sensation during urination, passing of blood in urine and even fever. The most common causes of repeated UTIs are kidney stones and diabetes mellitus. Women who are sexually active, who use diaphragms for birth control, and/or are past menopause are at an increased risk for urinary tract infections.
Hello, The report of positive pus cells is indicative of urinary tract infection. Symptoms of UTI are frequent urination, burning sensation during urination, passing of blood in urine and even fever.The most common causes of repeated UTIs are kidney stones and diabetes mellitus. Women who are sexually active, who use diaphragms for birth control, and/or are past menopause are at an increased risk for urinary tract infections.
I went into the doc the other day and complained of abdominal pain on left side, frequent urination, a little nausea a couple of weeks ago. Also have back and leg pain on left side. He did ap elvic and found nothing that I know of then he said "I'm thinking we should have done a hysterectomy while we were in there". Now,I go in for a vaginal US on Thursday to check everything out.
Ever since my urine always smells, which I believe could have something to do with internal stitches dissolving, and am getting alot of pain, and frequent urination. Could my bladder, and urethas(sp??) still be inflamed, or could it have something to do with all the medication I am still on. It just seems never ending, at the moment I'm drinking ural and as much water as possible, but as i am also having sleep problems, hate this getting up all night.
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