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Frequent urination, pain while holding on, cough and slight breast ache. Why is it ?

At the beginning of the week my ovaries felt like they were about to burst. I m taking more trips than usual to urinate. It pains a little to hold it in. No burning or any vaginal discomfort just a pull near my belly button. Feel exhausted run down and sometimes sickly. Have on and off cough slight breast ache . . I think that s it oh I also had a kind of rolling sensation in upper stomach area.
Asked On : Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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Hello and welcome,

Thank you for your query.

From your description it would be best that you visit your family doctor. Getting a urine analysis along with a urine culture should greatly benefit.

It would help to know if you are married or single. As we require such information to realize the problem and discuss further with your partner. But I am sure this can be done when you visit your physician.

This could possibly be a UTI (urinary tract infection) which can be diagnosed with the help of a urine examination.

You could be feeling exhausted as frequent urination could lead to mild dehydration. It would be best to drink plenty of liquids, as this will help.

Your cough could be a result of anxiety caused by the condition, but it is best to discuss the same with your physician, so an auscultation (examination) of the lung can be done.

The bladder is accustomed to hold a certain amount of urine and when we try to hold it in, it might put a certain amount of pressure on the bladder, resulting in a little pain.

The rolling sensation in the stomach also could be explained if there exist a bladder infection.

In my opinion the best option would be to visit your physician and get your urine tested. This would greatly help you, and once a diagnosis is reached, treatment can help relieve your symptoms.

This is a common condition and can be easily treated.

Hope this information has helped you.

Best wishes and good health.
Answered: Wed, 21 Nov 2012
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