the past few day it hurts when i pee. its fine in the beginning but after all the urina comes out i get this intense pain, and alittle blood! and as soon as i get out of the bathroom it feels like i have to pee again but there is nothing there. and also when i hold it in it hurts so much and sometimes i cant hold it long enough to even get to the bathroom..what should i do?
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I'm so sorry that you are having these painful problems. You need to get to your PCP or an Urgent Care Facility ASAP as it sounds as if you have a Bladder or Kidney infection. PLEASE do this as soon as possible because this can spread throughout you system if untreated and can become VERY serious. Remember that I'm NOT a Doctor BUT I have been battling the very same thing for quite sometime. I KNOW how painful this is.
I hope that you will keep us updated as to what you find out.......Sherry :)
You've got a problem in your urinary tract, which could be an infection or a kidney stone or both. You definitely need to see your doctor about this because it won't get better on its own and the pain will only get worse. If you wait too long, you'll need to be catheterized and trust me, you won't like it! See if you can get an appointment with your doctor tomorrow, and if not go to an urgent care facility. Take care of this as soon as possible!
Like the other very knowledgeable ladies have said, this is a serious urinary tract problem and you need to get to a doctor ASAP. Either Urgent Care or ER. The blood in the urine is a very bad sign. Please get that taken care of at the earliest possible time.
Sounds very much like a urinary tract infection which is miserable and I'm sorry you have it. The doctor will have to test your urine and/or give you antibiotics. Just go to the doctors office today. You dont' have to go to ER or urgent care. A family practise doctor can help. Start drinking a whole lot of cranberry just if you can and lots of water. I know it hurts but with an antibiotic it will one or two days to feel better. I hate these and have had several. If you don't do anything you can get a kidney infection so you need to take care of it ok! Let me know if you have any more questions. On a personal note always wipe from front to back when urinating. It might help a little in prevention. If you do well they still can happen. Women have the urethra very short and close to the surface and can get infections easily. Another wonderful thing women have to go through.
Hello everyone. Well I went to the docs and found out the it was a urinary track infection. All I have to do is take two pills a day for ten days and in two weeks go for a follow up appointment. Thanks slot guys!
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