Urine infection diabetes

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Avatar n tn Hi i'm suffering from urine problem since 02 months.... when i passed urine it's color is pale and bad smelling also. and i had back ache also. i have done urine culture and ufr also. dr diagnosed it's a urine infection and given some medicine also. i took it for 2 weeks. but the problem is still there...
2013932 tn?1328257335 However, there are two types of painful urination not associated with diabetes. One kind is the burning urine/pee, the other may be a cramping or stabbing pain you feel in your lower stomach region. Associated causes are STD and/or bacterial urinary tract infection. Get off the computer you need to see a doctor for a medical evaluation and treatment.
Avatar n tn This can be diagnosed by urine culture. Strong fruity odor is due to uncontrolled diabetes. Interestingly urine odor changes in menopause too. Urinary bladder infection and kidney infections do produce strong smelling urine. Another reason is dehydration. Strong ammonia smell is due to protein breakdown. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar m tn Hello, Your mother is having blood in urine as well as increased pus cells. Hematuria or blood in the urine can be caused by bleeding from anywhere along the urinary tract. The most common cause is an infection because of the inflammation in the urinary tract. So it is an important possibility. Urinary stones can cause abrasion and irritation resulting in hematuria. Other possible cause is a kidney condition called glomerulonephritis.
1090423 tn?1286287650 hi , i wondered if i should see a doctor , for about 4 weeks i have had a real thirst , i go and pass urine about every 20 mins , my urine is smelly and i am passing excess wind , i also feel fatigued , i also suffer some numbness in my arms and legs ..
Avatar f tn Ever time I go to the clinic they do a pee test if I have an infection they will inform you right. ?
188576 tn?1287719062 All I know it that my grandpa had it bad and so lately when my daughter started drinking tons of fluids throughout the day as if she was always thirsty and acting tired, well my Mother began to quesiton diabetes. Can a strong smell of urine be a sign of diabetes? She ALWAYS has a very strong smell/odor and has told me many of times that it hurts down there, but we had the doctor run tests on her for a UTI or Bladder Infection and all came back negative/normal.
Avatar m tn I'm 22 y.o. I've been urinating frequently in the past 2-3 years as far as I can remember (possibly longer than that). But I also noticed that I only tend do to that when I drink excessively compared to other people, so there are days where I urinate normally (which are usually the day where I drink less water).
Avatar f tn What other symptoms are present? It is good that recent urine test was negative which rules out any presence of infection. Other issues to consider include diabetes, pregnancy, anxiety, medication side effect, caffeine, bladder issues and even gynecological conditions like vaginitis. With regards to your high blood pressure, regular blood pressure monitoring and continue taking your hypertension medicines are highly recommended. Take care and do keep us posted.
Avatar m tn Making a diagnosis of a urinary tract infection includes performing a urinalysis test, which checks for the presence of pus, white blood cells, and bacteria in the urine, which point to a urinary tract infection. A urine culture and sensitivity is usually performed to find the exact microorganism that is causing the infection and to determine the most effective antibiotic to treat it.
Avatar f tn This can be diagnosed by urine culture. Strong fruity odor is due to uncontrolled diabetes. Urinary bladder infection and kidney infections do produce strong smelling urine. Another reason is dehydration. Strong ammonia smell is due to protein breakdown. I would strongly recommend you to see an urologist. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar f tn Strong fruity odor is due to uncontrolled diabetes. Interestingly urine odor changes in menopause too (in ladies). Urinary bladder infection and kidney infections do produce strong smelling urine. Another reason is dehydration. Strong ammonia smell is due to protein breakdown. Drink more water during the day and see if this helps. Otherwise discuss this with your doctor and get yourself examined. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar n tn Urine test reveals, more often than not, the presence of diabetes. That was certainly the case with me. However, in early stages or in the pre-diabetes stage your kidneys may not be 'spilling out" the excess glucose from your blood and one may get a false sense security. This situation can last for a number of years with consequent damage to your organs by the high blood glucose.
172023 tn?1334672284 Always happy to try to help but this time I don't know if I can add anything! Your vet seems pretty thorough! Well, the vomiting does not fit with diabetes insipidus, and neither is the sudden onset, but it could fit with a urinary tract infection, or early kidney disease. Your dog's body may be trying to dilute out a current infection by increasing thirst. The urinalysis may not show anything simply since any abnormality is too diluted out.
Avatar n tn You may also need to get a urine culture done. Frequent urination can also be due to urine infection or kidney conditions and diabetes. Your blood sugar levels also need to be checked. Till then drink plenty of water to keep yourself well hydrated. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Avatar n tn Hello, Feeling of incomplete voiding can occur due to infection, diabetes, tumors in the bladder or prostrate, STD, excess intake of fluid, pregnancy, use of diuretics, stones in the urinary tract etc. Reduced bladder capacity, masses in the bladder can also cause increased frequency and incomplete voiding. I would suggest that you repeat a urine analysis with culture and cystometry with cystoscopy done.
Avatar f tn Thanks Darci3 and Zim90 but r they checking for glucose too meaning diabetes?
Avatar f tn They did not send the urine to a lab. I do not have an infection as the urine strips test for leukocytes (which are fighting infection cells)..
Avatar n tn Strong fruity odor is due to uncontrolled diabetes. Urinary bladder infection and kidney infections do produce strong smelling urine. Another reason is dehydration. Strong ammonia smell is due to protein breakdown. Give him plenty of water and see if the smell improves. Also talk to your doctor regarding these possibilities. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Avatar m tn It could be a UTI but either way your vet will need to see her. Expect a urine test and radiographs be recommended. Both of these conditions are quite painful so please seek veterinary attention immediately.
Avatar n tn As far as ketones go, they can appear in the urine when diabetes is not present. I have tested myself and during an episode of the flu, I had large ketones present too. You did the right thing in alerting your daughter's doc and please be sure to follow up with him on Monday. I hope this has brought you the peace of mind you were looking for. Have fun over with holidays with those twin bundles!
Avatar m tn Bacteria in numbers less than 100,000 on a single sample collected in this manner, especially with a lack of symptoms, are unlikely to represent a true urine infection. Repeated urine cultures with low colony counts of the same bacteria increase the likelihood that you truly do have a urine infection.
Avatar m tn Please make an appointment with your doctor as soon as possible to get checked out. Take a urine sample with you when you go to see your doctor as you may also have a urinary infection (these can also make you feel fatigued and cause memory problems through the infection). A urine dip stick test will confirm whether you have a urinary infection and/or diabetes if the sugar level is very high. A more accurate Diabetes check is through having a blood test taken.