It burns to urinate, is this a UTI or worse ?
it burns to urinate (not too bad but deffinatly enough to get my attention) it is also cloudy and has an odor (not like eggs though, which is what some said it would smell like if it was a UTI) but a more sour smell you could say. My right side has also been hurting, about 2 inches above my hip...
Difficulty urinating, burning urination, scab on urethra. Infection?
A little over a week ago, I spent a day out on a small lake with several friends. This was not a particularly clean lake, and we even joked about getting things like giardia from urinating while swimming in it. About 3 days after the day on the lake, i noticed that urination became more difficult...
Have high blood sugar levels. Burning urination, back pain. Solution?
gud evng sir,sir my mother has a sugar since 2years at past 6 months she had also chluriya,so one of my family doctor is suggested to me this disease will clear in ayurvedik,so i take that and maintain the medicine exact 3 months,after that result is totally nill...but prvious 1month back again...
Hi and welcome to Healthcare magic.Thank you for the query.
Burning urination may indicate various condition but first one to think of is urinary infection so I suggest to do asic urine analysis to rule this out. Till that you should drink uroprotective teas and lot of fluids. If
Wish you good health. Regards
Urination problems. Urination and itching and irritation are burned
Urination is burning when there is urinary tract infection. You may have to confirm it by getting an urine analysis done. Meanwhile do consume ample amount of water and a glass of cranberry juice everyday.
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