Kidney stones symptoms men prostate

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Avatar m tn It was found that my stone was calcium based and I was told to avoid all dairy products as well as some fruit and veg. There are 4 different types of kidney stones. Unfortunately, once you have had kidney stones the chances of getting another one are much higher.
Avatar m tn 3) It is possible to have kidney stones without symptoms. It can be located anywhere along the urinary tract, depending on how far it has been excreted. 4) A worsening of the immune system can certainly cause you to be more susceptible to a UTI. 5) I would certainly discuss these issues with a urologist. Followup with your personal physician is essential. This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only.
211940 tn?1267884866 I have had kidney stones, in the past, but that was several years ago. Normally, when I get the UTI "symptoms", I take some cranberry pills, and drink lots of water. This usually clears it up, if not that same day, in a day or two. I normally take, cranberry pills, every day, as part of my regiment of keeping UTI's away. However, I have had the UTI "symptoms", this time, for almost 3 weeks now.
Avatar n tn php Other causes of blood in the urine include kidney infections, kidney stones, and bladder cancer. Has he had any blood tests done? If yes, was there any other sign, such as anemia or elevated ESR? If his renal function is failing you need to take him to a center where he can receive the attention of a nephrologist and an oncologist, if it turns out to be cancer ( and I'm sorry to say it seems that way). Do write in with any doubts you have.
Avatar n tn Stones in the urinary tract are completely different. These stones are found in the kidney where they form and can cause symptoms when the stone "passes" by moving down the ureter, the muscular tubelike structure that connects the kidney to the bladder.
Avatar f tn The stones are generally painless, and you probably won't know you have them unless they cause a blockage or are being passed. Then, there's usually no mistaking the symptomskidney stones, especially, can cause excruciating pain. Bladder or kidney stones can also cause both gross and microscopic bleeding. Enlarged prostate. The prostate gland — located just below the bladder and surrounding the top part of the urethra — often begins growing as men approach middle age.
Avatar m tn This is usually given to men to help them to pass urine when they have a prostate problem. Has the doctor prescribed you with this? Don't drink more than the 3 litres because it is dangerous to drink too much. If you are having the low abdomen pressure, I would suggest you get yur urine checked for Cystitis. Unfortunately, I had to retire on ill-health grounds at the age of 40, I will be 61 in April.
Avatar n tn Hello, My name is Gavin and I am from the UK. Six weeks ago, I started to get kidney and bladder pains. The kind when you know you have a stone (I have had one before) or perhaps an aggressive infection in that area.
Avatar n tn If the girl I was with had gonorrhea of the throat, and transmitted it to me, do men normally show symptoms? Or are they usually asymptomatic? I don't need to worry about chlymidia, herpes, syphilis, etc. this far past exposure? If I was going to get something, I would have had it by now, and it would have been obvious to me? I ask because I have read that so many STDS are "silent." Could this me by case too? Are my symptoms consistent with epidimytis? Thanks in advance!
Avatar n tn 00 bill and told it was kidney stones.... NOT! I went to a specialist NO Help, same thing Oh you have kidney stones . NOT! so 16,000.
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Avatar m tn It is not uncommon for men to have prostate symptoms at your age. Prostate-specific workup may be necessary (i.e. digital rectal examination). Your described symptoms are consistent with a urinary tract infection. It should be determined if this is due to an obstruction.
Avatar m tn when the urethra is blocked due to kidney or urinary stones; tumors; an enlarged prostate in men, or a birth defect. If it persists, it is best that you have this checked by your doctor for proper evaluation. Direct clinical examination and additional diagnostic tests may also be done .Take care and do keep us posted.
Avatar f tn It is highly probably that you have a urinary infection. You may have kidney stones. Urinary blood in men can sometimes be caused by prostate problems. Make sure that you drink plenty of water even though it may feel uncomfortable to urinate. To help east the discomfort, try drinking a glassful of water with a teaspoonful of Bicarbonate of Soda. You can do this every hour for 3 hours and no more. This will neutralise the acidic urine that is making it feel uncomfortable.
Avatar m tn Urinary tract infection, kidney stones, enlarged prostate all can lead to blood in urine. It may be possible that you might have burst a blood vessel. If the symptoms are severe and persistent seek the opinion of a doctor. A physical examination and medical history can help diagnose the exact cause. Write to us again. Best luck and regards!
Avatar f tn I have always had UTI's and Kidney infections plus Kidneys stones on top of many bladder infections but all the doctors do is give me antibiotics and it clears up and when i go back to the doc. i always seem to have them again. in my teens i would have them so much and when the doctors said i had blood in my urine they would ask the famous ? "does it burn when u p" and i would say no because i had no symptoms at all. but this time it burned pretty bad and felt as if it was really HOT.
Avatar m tn Common causes of urinary frequency include conditions such as urinary tract infections, diabetes, increased fluid consumption, urinary stones, prostate disorders, kidney disorders that affect the function of concentrating urine properly, and diseases of the urinary bladder. The most likely condition, based on your symptoms, appears to be prostatitis. It is an inflammation of the prostate gland which may be in response to infection or may be uninfective in origin.
Avatar m tn Hello, Testicular pain can be due to injury, infection (Epididymitis or Orchitis) or inflammation, testicular torsion( most common in young men), excessive bicycle riding, hernia,varicocele or kidney or ureteric stones. As there is no swelling or inflammation or redness of the scrotal sacs, so the chances of epidiymitis or orchitis are rare.
Avatar m tn Seeing blood in the urine in men can be from a urinary tract infection or stones and also from a prostate problem. Another reason for increase in frequency can be from the prostate gland being enlarged and also from diabetes. Get your husband to make an appointment with his doctor for a referral to a urologist, and blood tests taken to check his blood for diabetes, liver and kidney function and prostate problems. He leaking from the anus may be from diverticular disease.
Avatar n tn The problem is sometimes those pregnancy symptoms are an awful lot like period symptoms (it's a bummer that nature works that way). But either way, I started having sore breasts and slight nausea within about a week or so after my IUI. The IUI worked and I did get pregnant... so although everyone is different, the symptoms started rather early for me. We'll cross our fingers for you and hopefully you'll have some good news in a week or so!
Avatar m tn Hello, The testicular pain is unrelated to these symptoms and can be due to infection (Epididymitis or Orchitis) or inflammation, testicular torsion -- most common in young men between 10 and 20 years old, excessive bicycle riding, hernia or kidney or ureteric stones. Are you having painful, red or swollen scrotum along with testicular pain. It can be epididymitis or orchitis.
Avatar m tn 8 weeks ago, I had a cystoscopy because of frequent urination and a weak stream. I also had a CT scan to check for kidney stones. Everything looked fine, so my Urologist put me on Uroxatral. I took the meds for 3 weeks and stopped because it wasn't improving anything. 1 week ago, I woke up and had painful urination, like I was passing razorblades. I have a history of kidney stones from when I was a child, so I thought that I could be passing a stone.
Avatar f tn What I am trying to figure out is why there is still blood in my urine if there is no infection. The doctors said that they think it was just kidney stones because after I left the emergency room it did hurt at the end of me going pee. But if it was kidney stones I feel like they would have shown up on a ct scan and I also feel like the blood would be gone by now since I passed it. If any of you can help me understand this that would be great, Thanks.
Avatar n tn , but I do beleive that not enough research has been done on you, for example there is a Bladder deasease called Interstitial Cystitis which occurs mostly in women, however men also get this and the symptoms sounds very similar to what you have (I know cause I have it). Cystospy's don't always show any damage and there for a diagnoses becomes harder to find. Blood work will give you no indication of this deasese, however go the Interstitial Cystitis web site and read more.
Avatar m tn Hello, Testicular pain can be due to injury, infection (Epididymitis or Orchitis) or inflammation, testicular torsion -- most common in young men between 10 and 20 years old, excessive bicycle riding, varicocele, hernia or kidney or ureteric stones. Considering your symptoms epididymitis or orchitis need to be ruled out. Get an evaluation done from a urologist to confirm the diagnosis.
Avatar m tn That does not mean that you do not have a problem, especially if you have kidney stones. Kidney stones only cause a problem when they move and by moving, a stone can scratch the lining of the urinary tract, causing blood (sometimes visible), protein and leucocytes. A kidney stone can be as small as a grain of sand, but can still cause problems. The specific gravity and PH levels also are taken into account. Hope that helps.
Avatar m tn Urine check was negative. She could no know if it was epididymitis. She sent me for kidney check for stones and also for an X-ray. I will do that next month. Do I still have to worry from testicular cancer? Does the ultrasound also show the mass even if it is inside testis? Does what happened to me not mean that a mass is going to be made?
Avatar m tn I'm not sure on prostate or kidney stones. My Dad said he had one at my age, 37, because he would hold it too long on road trips. The only thing I can think of is the last three weeks I have been one constant anxiety attack because fo health concerns. I thought I had a tumor then an MRI said brain was clean but some spots. I thought the spots were MS and I basically shut down eating for a week because my stomach was in knots. Found out I was clean there.
Avatar m tn Hello, Obviously these symptoms have started after injuring the penis but it is also important to rule out other causes like infection (Epididymitis or Orchitis) or inflammation, testicular torsion( most common in young men), excessive bicycle riding, hernia, varicocele or kidney or ureteric stones. Lab investigations like complete blood examination, urine examination, ultrasound lower abdomen and genitalia and cystoscopy will help in diagnosis. Treatment will be started thereafter.
1085237 tn?1293764246 Hello, If he has been given 3 bags of Iv fluid then he should have excreted more. It may mean retention urine.