Depending upon more details you are likely to have urinary tract infection or bladder stone.
Meloxicam is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), similar to Tylenol or Aleve for humans. It is moderately effective at reducing the pain and associated inflammatory symptoms of a urinary bladder infection, but has no effect on the bacteria causing the infection. A veterinarian would likely prescribe both meloxicam and an antibiotic for a urinary bladder infection.
most likely a urinary tract infection. (infection in the tubes and stuff that lead to your bladder) or an infection in your actual bladder. DRINK CRANBERRY JUICE! not so much caffeine. if you don't drink caffeine and still havea urinary tract infection go to the doctor. hope this helps. -Brittany
It is more likely that you have a urinary tract infection.
A bladder infection will not usually affect menstruation. A women with a bladder infection will likely continue to have their period.
Most likely not. Urine is mostly sterile, unless the person has a bladder or urinary tract infection or another infection along those lines
The urinary infection is a very common disease among young women. The disease recurrence is very common. Some have estimated that almost half of people who have the infection get it again within a year.
Urinary Bladder: The urinary bladder is very well protected in the pelvic cavity by the two hip bones
Most likely some type of urinary tract or bladder infection. Please get it to the vet for a checkout. It could become serious.
It's more likely to be a urinary tract infection. It's easily treated. Better see your doctor.
Painful urination is most likely caused by an infection in the bladder area, or a urinary tract infection. In a less serious sense, it may also be caused by hygienic products used to cleanse that area.
No; it is not likely.
Men are more likely to get Bladder Ca, then women,.It is also rare that a person under the age of 50 will get Bladder Ca.The risks are:Cigarette smoking - Biggest riskExposure to chemicals at workInfection - Repeated urinary tract infections (UTIs)Untreated infectionEarlier treatment for cancer
Probably not. More likely you have a urinary track infection or a sexually transmitted disease. You will need to go to the doctor for antibiotics.
Mist likely a urinary tract infection.
If this is an unspayed female dog it is possible that she is in heat. More likely this is a sign of a urinary tract infection or bladder/kidney stones. You will need to seek veterinary attention.
Possibly but its more likely that you have a Urinary Tract Infection
Most likely Urinary Tract Infection.
I've had that problem too, but I don't think it's caused by being pregnant. It's more likely a urinary tract infection or a vaginal infection, both of which can be more common when you're pregnant (I've had both). You should see your doctor so you can get medicine if you need it.
Most likely an UTI (urinary tract infection) or a kidney problem.
Yes, if your urine smells like ammonia, it does mean that there is something wrong. It is likely that you either have a bladder infection or urinary stones and you should pay a visit to your doctor.
You may or may not be pregnant, but the burning and brown discharge with the urine are more likely to be an infection in the urinary system. In either case, you must see a doctor quickly to diagnose and treat the problem.
It is most likely a urinary tract infection. Go to your OB/GYN or if you do not have insurance buy some cranberry juice and drink plenty of water and that should clear it right up :)
If you are of menstruating age, it could be slight menstrual blood being washed off when your urinate. If it is not near your period, chances are you have a urinary infection. If you are male, you also likely have a urinary infection.
You may have a UTI (urinary tract infection) or possibly (though less likely) a condition called Interstitial Cystitis, in which scar tissue forms in the bladder. See your doctor and find out, because it isn't normal.