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Treatment For Irritable Bladder

Hello I feel much heat/ pain in my lower back and I guess my kidneys have an issue and it occurs mainly when I take sweet things. It has happened for some good time now. What could be the problem?

Hello I feel much heat/ pain in my lower back and I guess my kidneys have an issue and it occurs mainly when I take s...
Kidney pain vs. Back pain because your kidneys are located toward your back and underneath your ribcage, it may be hard to tell if the pain you’re experiencing in that area is coming from your back or your kidney. The symptoms you’re having can help you figure out which is the source of the pain. The location, type, and severity of the pain are some of the things that will be different depending on whether the pain is from a problem in your kidneys or your back. How to identify kidney pain kidney pain is most often caused by a kidney infection or a stone in the tubes coming out of your kidney. If the pain is coming from your kidney, it will have these features: where the pain is located kidney pain is felt in your flank, which is the area on either side of your spine between the bottom of your ribcage and your hips. It usually occurs in one side of your body, but it can occur in both sides. Type of pain kidney pain is usually sharp if you have a kidney stone and a dull ache if you have an infection. Most often it will be constant. It won’t get worse with movement or go away by itself without treatment. If you’re passing a kidney stone, the pain may fluctuate as the stone moves. Radiation of the pain sometimes the pain spreads (radiates) to your inner thigh or lower abdomen. Severity of the pain kidney pain is classified according to how bad it is — severe or mild. A kidney stone usually causes severe pain, and the pain from an infection is usually mild. Things that make it better or worse typically, nothing makes the pain better until the problem is corrected, such as by passing the stone. Unlike back pain, it usually won’t change with movement. Accompanying symptoms if you have a kidney infection or a kidney stone, you may also experience: •fever and chills •nausea and vomiting •cloudy or dark urine •an urgent need to urinate •pain when you urinate •a recent infection in your bladder •blood in your urine (this can happen with an infection or kidney stones) •small kidney stones that look like gravel in your urine how to identify back pain back pain is more common than kidney pain and is usually caused by a problem in the muscles, bones, or nerves in your back. Back pain has the following features: where the pain is located back pain can occur anywhere on your back, but it’s most commonly located in your lower back or one of your buttocks. Type of pain muscle pain feels like a dull ache. If a nerve has been injured or irritated, the pain is a sharp burning sensation that may travel down your buttock to your lower leg or even your foot. Muscle pain may affect one or both sides, but nerve pain usually only affects one side. Radiation of the pain nerve pain may spread to your lower leg. Pain from a muscle usually stays in the back. Severity of the pain back pain is described as acute or chronic based on how long you’ve had it. Acute pain lasts days to weeks, subacute pain lasts six weeks to three months, and chronic pain lasts longer than three months. Things that make it better or worse back pain may get worse with movement or if you sit or stand for a long time. It may get better if you switch positions or walk around. Accompanying symptoms other symptoms you may experience with back pain include: •the painful spot looking swollen and feeling tender to the touch •a muscle spasm in the painful area •numbness or weakness in one or both of your legs (if the pain is due to a nerve issue) if you find you have back pain and can’t hold your urine or bowel movements, something is pressing on your spinal nerves, and you should be evaluated immediately. This condition, called cauda equina syndrome, can cause severe long-term damage to your spinal nerves if not treated right away.
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I am 18 years old and in suffering from stomach problems when I left my home I feel urgency to toilet all the time and I get panic and that's why I afraid to leave the home, Is this my phobia or serious problem?

I am 18 years old and in suffering from stomach problems when I left my home I feel urgency to toilet all the time an...
It is called nervous bladder. You can consult me at Lybrate for homoeopathic treatment. Till then take argentum nitricum 30.
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Sir, I have frequently urination with time interval about 30 minutes during day time. After urination feeling burning and irritating in the opening urethra. Urine color normal. No pain. What is the possible cause and what is the treatment.

Sir, I have frequently urination with time interval about 30 minutes during day time. After urination feeling burning...
You aer suffering from uti do the following--you maintain high grade of personal hygiene. Do change your underclothes at least 2 times a day wear cotton underclothes stay hydrated keep the area dry. For more details, you can consult me.
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I wake up very early in the morning to rush to the wash room to clear my bowels why is it so ,what do I do it disturbs my sleep.

I wake up very early in the morning to rush to the wash room to clear my bowels why is it so ,what do I do it disturb...
If you want to treat it permanently thn take constitutional medicine for 3 month thn you will feel better. For proper casetaking and prescribe a suitable medcine consult with me.
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I have been suffering from urine infection for 2 years. 1 year ago, my urine test report was normal, then I have taken medicines suggested by the doctor. Bt still I am facing this problem. It burns every time when I urinate. I eat healthy foods and drink water .bt there is no improvement. Can this is be a kidney disease? Or something else? please tell me, what should I do now?

I have been suffering from urine infection for 2 years. 1 year ago, my urine test report was normal, then I have take...
Dear lybrate-user ji, burning urination seen in many conditions like, -urinary tract infection like, bacterial/ chlamydia/ herpes etc. -kidney/bladder stone, -infection of bladder, -prostate infection etc. -ovarian cysts, -vagina infection, irritation, -chemical irritation like pads, soaps etc. It needs to be rule out the cause and to be treated. Homeopathy has got complete cure for these kinds of complaints by constitutional treatment and holistic approach. Homeopathic medicines treat the underlying cause and give complete cure. I suggest you to take an appointment for consultation so that detail case can be discussed and rule out the cause and proceed further for treatment.
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Hi, I recently got married, I face problem while having intercourse, I get full erection but I am unable to penetrate the vagina of my wife. She also feels a lot of pain. When I push my penis inside her vagina. I feel it hits some wall inside her vagina. It is like something obstructing the penetration. Recent I came to know that my wife has vaginitis. Does vaginitis obstruct penetration?

Hi, I recently got married, I face problem while having intercourse, I get full erection but I am unable to penetrate...
One of the most common primary causes of vaginal pain during intercourse is a dry vagina. Usually, when a woman is sexually aroused, fluids are secreted in the vagina that keep the lining well lubricated. But if a woman is not sexually aroused, or if fluids are not secreted for some other reason, intercourse can cause very painful damage to the vaginal lining. And in some cases, the lining of the vagina can actually tear, resulting in post-intercourse bleeding. There are two ways to avoid a dry vagina during intercourse. The first is to avoid intercourse until you are sexually aroused. The second way is to use an artificial water-based vaginal lubricant another common cause of vaginal discomfort during intercourse is bacterial infection. This occurs frequently in women, and you need to take treatment for that. A related problem is bladder infections. While the problem may be in the bladder or urethra, not in the vagina, it often causes discomfort during intercourse.
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I'm suffering from frequent urination and I have undergone urine culture and routine tests. The reports are negative, and glucose levels are zero. Even though is there any chance of diabetes as am suffering from frequent urination. Should I undergo blood test to confirm? If yes please tell me the type if test to be undergone?

I'm suffering from frequent urination and I have undergone urine culture and routine tests. The reports are negative,...
There almost no chances of diabetes especially at this age if the reports are normal. It can be because of irritable bladder. You can consult me at Lybrate for homoeopathic treatment. Till then take equisetum 30.
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I am suffering from endometriosis problem, I had surgery to remove uterus polyp in jun 2018 and was on vaccine for 3 months. Still, I was bleeding heavily. In nov I started using mirena. Still I was bleeding for 25 days and doctor said iud takes time to be effective. Jan, feb I got little relief but again in mar 10 days+ and still bleeding not heavily but daily. I have pain in my abdominal and whole legs. I have a normal report only esr is 70. My doctor said legs pain are not due to endometriosis and you may have fibromyalgia or ra. I asked the doctor to have a test to confirm this. Can't my pain is due to endometriosis. I have lower body pain below pelvic. The test was done in sep 2018. My doctor simple denies the cause of pain is due to endometriosis. I have pain in my left side of the stomach at below also (on-off).

Hello. I do understand your problem. Endometriosis is a chronic debilitating disease and often the patient suffers a lot. Mirena is a good option for treatment for endometriosis. But it takes 4 to 6 months to be effective. Meanwhile, you can use dienogest (2m) .along with these calcium and vitamin d should also be added. Common symptoms of endometriosis are. 1)severe pain preceding periods and gets worsened during periods. 2) abnormal menstruation mainly heavy and increased bleeding. 3) infertility 4) pain during intercourse 5) chronic pelvic pain: pelvic discomfort or lower abdomen pain or backache: this occurs mainly due to inflammation of peritoneal implants, adhesions,invasion of nerves or involvement of bladder and bowel. Depending on the organ involved there are may ve urinary and gastrointestinal symptoms. The pain is more severe in case of deep infiltrating endometriosis. Leg pain though is not very common in endometriosis, but a radiating pain in the legs may be present due to nerve irritation. You must exclude more common causes of leg pain like orthopaedic causes, vitamin d deficiency etc. Get a orthopaedic consultation also. Best of luck.
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I am having irritation and rashes and swelling in the penis top as well as sore in the forehead skin. Having pain while I move the skin. Kindly suggest remedy and medication for above.

Dear user. PENILE PAIN could be due to Infections or inflammation of the bladder or prostate can also result in penile pain. ... Trauma, persistent erection (priapism), cancers, and Peyronie's disease (the development of scar tissue within the penis) are other causes. Sickle cell anemia may cause priapism due to blockages of small blood vessels in the penis. I suggest you to consult a doctor for physical investigation. Take care.
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I am a 36-years old male, I am suffering from urine irritation since three days its a sign for bladder cancer or urine infection.

I am a 36-years old male, I am suffering from urine irritation since three days its a sign for bladder cancer or urin...
It can be urine infection. You can go for reports like urine routine micro for diagnosis. You can consult me through Lybrate for homoeopathic treatment and further guidance with reports.
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