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bubbles in urine and constant urge to pee with pain in lower left side of back

i have been having symptoms of suddenly feeling the urge to urinate and i mean RIGHT AWAY..i serisouly cant hold it almost..jus outa no where..then when i do hurry and go only a little bit comes out a majority of the time and then it feels like sumbody jus cut it off(like when u bend a running water hose inhalf)and after pushing trying to force more out the urge will fade away..but (sorry to be graphic)when i wipe i have small tissue like looking blood strings with blood in my urine?and the urge to urinat will hit me about every 15 min or so?and now after 3 days of that my lower left side of my back is hurting as well,along with my vigina (vagina) having a throbbing feeling after i try to pee?and now i have a toilet of little bubble in my urine but no foul smell or discoloring?please anybody have any idea what could be the problem?i dont have health insurace so im hesitant to go to the er?
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sounds to me like need to see a dr!   some of the symptoms sound like a uti. saying that though not sure about lower baack pain ie kidneys are somewhat hgiher up around the flank, just below the rib cage at the back. ie not so much lower.  When you say bubbles, i have chronic kidney disease and my urnie is quite dark and has the appearance of a head of beer! is this what yu mean as bubbles?? cant comment on the frequency though as to do with kidney disease as i have no bladder but a bag an so it crains constantly. I belive that the output is far less, as is in my case, but not sure about frequency ie if that is a symptom of chronic kidney disease. certainly is one of a uti though so I suggest a trip to the doc asap
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Hello and hope you are doing well.

Your symptoms could be due to an infection, as urinary tract infection is the commonest cause for pain in the urethra. The other possibilities are trauma and inflammation due to any cause like stone, sexually transmitted diseases, urinary retention, chemical irritation, certain medications and sometimes tumors of the urinary tract. Ruling out each diagnosis starts with a clinical examination and then the battery of tests done are urine analysis, urine culture, blood tests, x ray of the abdomen and an ultra-sonogram. There are other tests like IVP and cystoscopy which may be done if the need arises. To find a cure you need to consult your primary care physician for proper assessment.

Hope this helped and do keep us posted.
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