Anonymous asked in HealthDiseases & ConditionsOther - Diseases · 1 decade ago

Back achs and painful urination?

When I go I keep going and going it seems that I can not retain water.

20 Answers

  • jazzy
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    You have the signs of a Urine infection

    Not everyone with a UTI (urinary tract infection) has symptoms, but most people get at least some symptoms. These may include a frequent urge to urinate

    a painful, burning feeling in the area of the bladder or urethra during urination.

    It is not unusual to feel bad all over—tired, shaky, washed out—and to feel pain even when not urinating.

    Often women feel an uncomfortable pressure above the pubic bone, and some men experience a fullness in the rectum. It is common for a person with a urinary infection to complain that, despite the urge to urinate, only a small amount of urine is passed.

    The urine itself may look milky or cloudy, even reddish if blood is present. Normally, a UTI does not cause fever if it is in the bladder or urethra. A fever may mean that the infection has reached the kidneys. Other symptoms of a kidney infection include pain in the back or side below the ribs, nausea, or vomiting.

    You need to see a doctor to have your urine tested to make sure there is no bacteria and if there is then they will give you a short course of antiobiotics.

    Other things you can do to help is drink lots of water/ cranberry juice/ prune juice.

    Wear cotton underwear (let it breathe down there)

    Dont take bubble baths

    avoid strong soaps/ deodorants in your area down there

    wipe front to back (for women)

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You could have a urinary infection, but with the back pain it could very well be a Kidney Stone. They can cause frequent urination, painful urination, the urge to go and not be able to and mild to severe pain in the back. Go to your family doc or a urologist and get a urinalysis done and possibly an xray if they feel it is warranted.

  • 4 years ago

    It sounds as in case you have got stones on your bladder or kidneys, or a kidney an infection. i'm no expert, yet i've got had the two stones and a kidney an infection. in case you have a kidney stone which you attempt to pass that's going to harm once you urinate,and for a whilst after. you particularly might desire to circulate to the wellbeing practitioner even in spite of the undeniable fact which you do not decide to, because of the fact notwithstanding if it is your kidneys and you leave it untreated you could replace into blocked, that would properly be existence-threatening. you additionally can take cranberry extract pills (chanced on interior the nutrition isle at maximum shops) to reason your urine to be extra acidic, lowering the dimensions of stones and hindering the formation of latest ones.

  • ?
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    You have a severe kidney infection. That is causing the back pain and the urination. It's possible you have an STD that has been left untreated and has worked its way all the way into the kidneys.

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  • 1 decade ago

    It could be a kidney infection or bladder infection. I'm a veteran of both. The sooner you can get into the doctor, the better. Once you get on some antibiotics, you'll feel a lot better after 48 hours once the antibiotics get to work.

  • 1 decade ago

    lower back pain is symptomatic of kidney infection. You may also have a bladder infection

    Go to a doctor as this can sometimes be too serious for home remedies.

    Take no chances with your health when in doubt,call in the professionals.

    You only have one physical body to live out all your years ahead of you , so listen to its complaints and nurture it .

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Backache+painful urination=kidney infection.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Sounds like you either have a kindey infection, or you may have kidney stones. Either way it will be painful, and you should make an appointmet to see your family Doctor.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You have a kidney infection. It could be pylo, which is short for a very severe kidney infection. Get to the doctor, you need antibiotics.

    Source(s): I have kidney infections all the time.
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Whew! Sounds like a kidney infection to me!

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