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UTI, gradual increase in pain while urinating throughout the day - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Urinary and Bladder Problems
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   Hello
User :   I've self-diagnosed myself with UTI, and i had a question about that
Doctor :   proceed
User :   Why is it easier to urinate in the morning as opposed to later on the day
User :   Or is it just a coincidence? I feel as the day proceeds its more painful as opposed to in the morning, where it just comes out with little or no energy from me
Doctor :   because throughout the night urine get to deposit in bladder .. because of the excessive volume and force it is easier in the day

Doctor :   *i mean morning
User :   thank you so much
Doctor :   ok
User :   hello
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   proceed
User :   I had another question
Doctor :   ok
User :   so basically when you sleep urine deposits into the bladder so its easier to urinate in the morning as opposed to later on the day, so the difficulty of urinating throughout the later part of the day comes from what exactly?
User :   and does it have to do with the kidney?

User :   oh, the case is UTI
Doctor :   you should not feel any difficulty while passing urine if you have normal urinary tract '
Doctor :   if at all it is infected then you may get pain and fever with chills etc
User :   Before when i urinated, there was pain, but now i urinate and nothing comes out and pressure builds up and i have to forcefully urinate and its painful, does this have to do with the kidney? what exactly is stopping urine from coming out

Doctor :   it might be UTI or urethral stricture

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