Urinary tract infection abdominal pain

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Avatar f tn Im 90% sure that I have a urinary tract infection but I have additional symptoms that I dont usually have. My partner and I had sex several nights ago and I developed the usual symptoms: painful urination general discomfort frequent urination urine is cloudy and pink What is unusual is that I have clumps of something when I pee. They are pinkish is this a possible symptom that will pass just like the others?
Avatar n tn Hi, welcome to the forum, yes, kidney infection can be related to the pyelonephritis. Urinary tract infection can be due to infection involving any part from kidney to urethra. Infection may be pyelonephritis (involving upper urinary tract), urethritis, uretitis, cystitis (lower urinary tract) etc. Presence of Anatomic abnormalities resulting in obstruction, stasis, or reflux of urinary flow all predisposes towards recurrent urinary infections.
Avatar m tn It sounds like it could be a urinary tract infection, especially since you said it sometimes hurt when you urinate. UTI's really are nothing to mess around with, as an untreated one can sometimes progress to a kidney infection, which is much more serious. Therefore, even though you said you don't have insurance, you really need to see your doctor for diagnosis and treatment. They will probably do a urine test and perhaps some bloodwork.
Avatar f tn i have been to many doctors, but all the doctors say i have cronic pain. i was tested once at the emergency room for a urinary tract infection, but they never cultured it. is it posible to have a urinary infection without testing positive for one. not one doctor has ever given me antibiotics, i have to urinate frequently, the pain is getting worse all the time in my bladder and when the gynecologist tried to exam me last time i past out, because it was so painful.
Avatar f tn I have a question for those of you with urinary tract problems. I have had several UTIs and seem to be retaining urine. Also, my bladder and kidneys hurt. As many of you know, I do have Lupus. The question I have is should I be going to a urologist? I have talked to my GP about this and I have even mentioned being tested for Lupus Nephritis, but he just tells me that anytime he has checked my kidneys they have been fine.
Avatar n tn Hi, Are there other signs or symptoms present such as fever or chills? This could be urinary tract infection which usually presents with a strong, persistent urge to urinate; a burning sensation or pain when urinating; passing frequent, small amounts of urine or blood in the urine. Fever and flank pain may also be observed if the infection involves the kidneys. Diagnosis is through urine analysis and antibiotics prescribed by your doctor are usually the treatment of choice.
Avatar f tn If there are no symptoms of abdominal pain or urinary symptoms then factors like strenuous exercises and activities may actually be causing this. If physical exercises and medications have been ruled out then infectious and structural factors need to be considered. This includes urinary tract infections and kidney stones. You had previous urinary tract infections (is this correct?).This may be contributory. Your cystoscopy showed slight inflammation.
Avatar n tn The infection can move up to your kidneys quite quickly. Urinary tract infection is not serious in females, but in males it is.
Avatar m tn It sounds like a urinary tract infection. Does it burn when she pees? You can pour some water in while she pees until you get treatment. Take her to the doctor and hey can do a urine test and/or culture to check if she has a bacterial infection. If so they can give her an antibiotic. If it isn't a urinary tract infection does she have pain in the lower right abdomen? Does she have a fever? If so she could have an appendicitis. You need to take her in to the doctor.
Avatar f tn Your symptoms could be due to UTI, or urinary tract infection. The infection could be at any level from bladder to ureter to kidney. It could also be due to a stone in the urinary tract. What you need is a urine culture and sensitivity test done. You can also give it for culture and sensitivity in a sterile bottle provided by the lab. This will tell you what organism is causing the infection and what antibiotic will kill it permanently.
Avatar m tn After 5 days of antibiotics, my symptoms (abdominal pain, bladder pain and mild urethra pain, as well as sensitive belly button) only become more severe. What's the possible cause of my symptoms and why the antibiotics have no effect at all? Is it possible I have HSV 2 ? (I had also tested at 5 weeks and came back as negative, which I know this is too early for HSV test) I am worried and helpless. Please help! Many thanks in advance!
Avatar f tn Hello and welcome. Hm, this list of symptoms I'm sure concerns you and is causing you great discomfort. Do you feel there is any chance it is a urinary tract infection? At this point in life though, I'm sure you've had one and know what they feel like. When is the last time you had a pelvic exam and pap smear? It's time hon. I'd see your doctor.
Avatar f tn Am 23, 9-week pregnant , and the tests showed that i have urinary tract infection and the doctor wrote me cefixime-surpax 400.. I was wondering if its completely safe to use it,, or maybe i shouldnt take it and drink enough water ?
Avatar m tn Now when these symptoms first appeared, I originally thought I had the stomach flu (nausea, mild abdominal pain) or a urinary tract infection (peeing problem). But over the past few years, these symptoms have increased in frequency and several tests I did disproved the urinary tract infection theory (plus that wouldn't explain the nausea and dizziness). The nausea vary from time to time during the day.
Avatar f tn It sounds like a urinary tract infection. You should see your Dr for treatment. I hope you feel better soon. Take care.
Avatar f tn According to WebMD diagnosing appendicitis can be tricky: "Symptoms of appendicitis are frequently vague or extremely similar to other ailments, including gallbladder problems, bladder or urinary tract infection, Crohn's disease, gastritis, intestinal infection, and ovary problems. The following tests are usually used to make the diagnosis.
Avatar f tn Hence you must get an intravenous pyelography to see your urinary tract or an ultrasound or a MRI of abdomen and pelvis. Frequent infection can be due to malformation too. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted.
Avatar f tn Fever may accompany most infections including infection of the urinary tract. However, if fever is present a kidney ( upper urinary tract) infection needs to be ruled out. Any other associated symptoms like nausea and vomiting?
Avatar n tn strong-smelling, murky, or bloody urine; and in women, pain during intercourse is due to urinary tract infection. Pain in the lower abdomen. You may also have blood or mucus in your stools, fever, unexplained weight loss, skin rashes, tiredness, or joint pain.-- Crohn's disease (pain in the right side) or ulcerative colitis (with pain in the left side). Pain or tenderness in the lower left side of the abdomen, along with fever.
Avatar f tn m 16+4 and being treated for a second urinary tract infection for this pregnancy. You can always get infections, pregnant or not. It could be simple stretching pains, but the way I knew something was up was the constant lower abdominal pains. Check with your doctor to make certain it's not a UTI or bladder infection. Always better to be safe than sorry...especially when pregnant.
Avatar m tn Possible sources may be an upper respiratory tract infection, a sinus infection or even urinary tract problems. Have you been vomiting? Any abdominal pain or change in urinary patterns?
Avatar n tn It sounds like you may have a urinary tract infection - check in with your doctor and possibly see a urologist.
Avatar f tn I’m worried that I have appendicitis. My pain is in my lower abdomen, right above the groin area. I still am able to walk and eat and stuff, but I’m still worried. As per Everydayhealth, medicinenet, Abdominal pain is common in a lot of illnesses, such as irritable bowel syndrome, gastroenteritis, urinary tract infections (UTI), and pelvic inflammatory disease, an infection of a woman's reproductive organs. My symptoms are similar, I am totally confused. I need Help?
Avatar m tn I have had lower abdominal pain for three weeks, mostly on the right side. Sometimes on the left and even lower back. I am a generally active male age 42. I have been seen now by two Doctors, blood work and urine test fine, some small amount of blood found in urine now tested twice in five years. All other test found normal. One Dr thought constipation, Help?
Avatar m tn Sometimes i also get a throbbing/shooting pain in the kidney/lower back area and around the pelvis. I went to the doctors a month ago, thinking it would be a urinary tract infection, was pescribed ciprofloxacin for 10 days, no improvement. Urine test results come back= no infection. So im due a scan soon (not sure what type of scan) and any help would be appriated.