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After eating the med (magnesium trisilicate, metoclopramide and paracetamol) given to me to ease my discomfortness, my fever had gone down, sometimes i still have dizzy spells (but no fainting), but my nausea and frequent urination doesnt improve, instead the nausea got a little worse. For my nausea, i kept having there's "something stucking" around my chest area. When i tried to expel it out, little blots of white phlegm were seen.
The common side effects of doxycycline are vomiting, nausea, stomach upset, diarrhea, sun sensitivity etc. Frequent urination is not commonly reported with doxycycline.If the symptoms are severe or persistent you will need evaluation for urine infection. Consult your attending doctor since he knows your medical records. Best luck and regards!
So this week I have noticed a decrease in my frequent urination. I find this to be quite odd becauseI have been drinking tons more fluids this week because I've been sick and for the past two or three weeks I would have to get up at least 4 times in the night to go pee, but now I can go straight through the night. I'm so scared that something may have happened. I am currently 9 weeks 3 days. And most of my nausea has seemed to decrease too and my breasts are not as sore.
Ok, after taken 1000 mg (never had this dose level before) of Ibuprofen, I had began to experience frequent urination that night. Not realizing a possible connection, I took the same dose again the following day and 3 celebrex (1 day dose)during that week. Problem with frequent urination continues six weeks later. 6-7x a night at minimum. Problem also during the day.
I am going to have a follow up appointment cause I only got tested 4 days after possible exposure. My symptoms of frequent urination have totally cleared up now, but I was symptomatic at the time of the test. So my question is, if my symptoms were due to chalmydia would it have caused a positive result even though it was only 4 days after exposure?
I have been experiencing major changes with my fibro symptoms such as frequent urination and dizziness. The dizziness literally feels like someone is picking my head up and shaking it....even when I'm sitting still. Does anyone else have this going on? Sometimes I sit and I really think I'm about to lose it. The insomnia meds don't work. I take Klonopin 100 times a day just to stay sane and keep from going off on my coworkers. I just don't know what else to do.
I had very bad heartburn [not normal] on Monday night June 25 along with nausea and my cramps. I got a wave a nausea yesterday on my way to work. I also get waves of light headedness during the day [not everyday]. I have today dull aches in my ovary/uterus area, not painful...yet. I also need to say that I am currently still taking Norethindrone [Aygestin] 5mg twice a day everyday since May 7.
The most common side effects associated with escitalopram are agitation or restlessness, blurred vision, diarrhea, difficulty sleeping, drowsiness, dry mouth, fever, frequent urination, headache, indigestion, nausea, increased or decreased appetite, increased sweating, sexual difficulties (decreased sexual ability or desire, ejaculatory delay), taste alterations, tremor (shaking), weight changes.
I would say if it's more frequent than you're accustomed to and you're not taking in more fluids than normal then it could be frequent urination. Do you think you're pregnant? I'm just curious as to why you're asking.
I have chronic fatigue. No desire to do much of anything most of the time. Frequent urination, I seem to spend more time in the restroom then out of it. I have trouble sleeping at night. I've tried ambien, but it doesn't seem to help, I'm still very tired the next day and wake up with a headache when I take it. I'm also very forgetful, this drives me crazy, I've never been this bad about forgetting things. Random abdominal pain.
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.
I have been lucky and not had any morning sickness, however the fatigue is awful. Now j have gotten to the point where eating almost makes me feel sick and the nausea lasts all day but I haven't actually gotten sick. Has this ever happened to anyone?
Hello Doctor, I went to the ER last night for pelvic pain, nausea and frequent urination. The urine test was negative. I don't have pain or pressure that would normally come with a UTI (I've had them before) but as soon as I come back from the ladies room I have to go right back again a minute later and it's a normal amount of urine, not a drop or two. I'm awaiting the lab results as the doctors seem to think I may have PID since the urine was negative.
I've been suffering since 2007 with nausea, vomiting, frequent urination, insomnia, severe chills, pain in the middle of the back, and funny taste in the mouth, especially after eating chocolate does anyone know what this is? I've been to several doctors that at first think I just have an infection. I also was ruled out for thyroid issues. I just had an adrenal stress gland test done and am awaiting the results.
I have always had a problem with frequent urination. I can urinate once and then 10 minutes later the urge will hit me again. I usually get up three times during the night and wake in the mornings with a very strong urge to go. I do not have any pain or burning when I urinate. This is getting to be a nusciance. I have never had a kidney or bladder infection. I have had one kidney stone a few months ago.
Ugh, I had and have a lot of this. Now bear in mind, I'm not a doctor. I do however have Hashimoto's thyroiditis, bipolar disorder (NOS), depression, anxiety, and GERD. I recently figured out I have Fibromyalgia too, since my mood is finally "normal" with being on Lamictal, but all the pain is still there. I'm betting your kid doesn't just have one thing, but a few different things occurring together (co morbid).
4) Palpatations(Chest fluttering), a couple times a day, lasting 5-10 seconds each. 5) Frequent urination, without increased fluid intake. 6) Gradual shortening of menstrual cycle. Before this started I was every 28 days, then when I got sick it shortened to 27, and now to 24 days apart. My menstrual cramps have always been painful, but I was never irregular. I have been in the hospital 5 times in the past month due to my intolerance to these symptoms.
Shortly after the birth of my daughter (c-section) I began to have these episodes of extreme nausea, vomiting, dizziness, feeling overheated, shaking, increased bowel movements, and urination. I have had colonoscopy, egd, barium study, cat scan, ultra sound. I have been seen and treated for the possibility of panic attacks contributing to episodes, to no avail. I have had a complete endocrine work up to see if this is in any way related to a previous diagnosis of pituitary prolactinoma...
if its still there and big id like to get it out.... im still in pain, bloating, nausea,pain during intercourse,and frequent urination, but the thought of losing my ovary kinda scares me. (the cyst is inside my ovary not in it, so im assuming they would have to take it out)....who knows?!
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It is also possible , since your symptom of nausea is so common with many other disease processes, you could have another diagnosis plus a UTI, especially if you have had nausea much longer than your UTI. . Frequent urination is a symptom of the Urinary tract infection (UTI) and can last for a month or more. A repeat urine culture should be performed about 3 to 7 days after your last dose of antibiotic to see if the bacteria is gone.
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