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Frequent urge to pass urine, but could not pass. No kidney stones. What could it be?

I started by having a symptom of kidney stones but none found.Then I got a burning sensation when I sat on the toilet or on a chair. I sometimes have to get up and go to the toilet but not able to pass urine . Next time I go to toilet which could be 5 minutes later, I have to force myself to pass the urine. I also have to get up sometimes up to 7 times to go to the toilet. sometimes Ican passurine sometimes not
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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Based on your symptoms and history - if you have had imaging CT/Ultrasound and there were no stones identified, I would suggest looking into the following:

-Urinary tract infection
-if male and >/= 40 years old consider evaluation of prostate and bladder outlet obstruction from proste
-overactive bladder
-urinary retension

I would suggest speaking with your primary care doctor first, get a urinalysis, PSA & digital rectal exam if male and post void bladder residual. Based on this your primary care doctor should be able to determine if you need urologic evaluation
Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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