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Bladder pain, urge to urinate, tingling sensation, lower back pain, vomiting, flank pain. Have kidney dysplasia

I get pain in my bladder and often suddenly need to wee, I got about every half an hour to 3/4 of an hour and get an uncomfortable tingling sensation. I often feel extremely tired and generally unwell, and go through fazes of vomiting in the evening. I feel weak and get vetw achy legs and arms, flank pain on my left side and some lower back pain . I do have multi-cystic dysplasia in my right kidney and hypertrophy left working at 62%. I have tried to tell my specialist but they don t listen. I may be having the diseased kidney removed as I am reaccuring infections. Coulf you shed some light as to why I may have all this as no one listens to me...
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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reccurrent UTI can be medically controlled by first treating the active infection.
look for post void reside in ultrasound this will need treatment
a uroflowmetry or cystometrography will help in diagnosing bladder function
single functioning kidney also should be monitored with serum creatinine every 2 months.

nephrectomy of bad kidney is needed only if it is the sorce of infection with some abcess, stone, hemorrage or obstruction. all this assessment has to be done by your doctor with help of adequate investigations
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