Could be a bladder infection. You need to have it checked out.
Infection, Cancer, Liver Disease, Age, you should get it checked out.
Sometimes they can feel like a bladder infection, sometimes i personally feel like i have a bladder infection after sexual intercourse, but I am very prone to bladder and UTI's. Its always best to be checked with a doctor, you wanna be safer then sorry right. I am personally going through the same dilemma and am going to go and get checked out, i'lll let you know if i learn anything useful!
That sounds like a bladder infection. When pregnant, I have never had blood in my urine. You should get that checked.
this can be a possible infection or std such as a yeast infection, get checked by a doctor.
If you have bad cramps during pregnancy at any stage, you should go to the hospital to get checked out.
Cramping after urinating isn't a symptom of pregnancy, that I'm aware of. But is is a strong sign that you could have a UTI (Bladder infection). Go see your doctor to get checked for that. Antibiotics will take care if it if you do have a UTI. Yes, I'm pregnant and positive that I don't have a bladder infection and I have the same thing. Pretty much everything hurts when your pregnant.
Sometiimes the infection affects both he bladder and the vagina. And some vaginal infections make it very sore when you pee. Get checked by a docotr.
No she should not be bleeding in her urine. Take her in to be checked out by your Veterinarian. She could have a bladder infection or a kidney infection or something worse. Only a Vet can diagnose this correctly.
No, cervical discharge is not a sign of pregnancy. Changes in cervical discharge can mean anything from a sexually transmitted disease/infection, vaginal infection, urine infection and so on. Any changes that worry you should be checked by your doctor. The above is not fully true. Extra Cervical discharge can be a sign of pregnancy as long as pain, burning or itch do not accompany it. If you have extra discharge but feel burn or itch of any kinda then you may have a yeast infection, bladder/urinary track infection and should see your doctor. However if you only have the discharge alone and your period is late then yes it could be a potential sign.
you may not take her out enough or it could be a bladder infection so you may need to see a vet it might be because of old age It is very important you take your dog in to be checked out by your Veterinarian. It could be a bladder infection or that she is losing control of her bladder as she is getting older. There are medications to help with the incontinence.
GO TO THE HOSPITAL! There is a big infection happening and the infection can go inwards and the outcome can be fatal. Don't risk it, get it checked out by a doctor!
Yes, it could. If the bleeding is heavy or painful, go to thr hospital to get it checked out
Sounds more like an infection. Get it checked NOW!
You should obviously have this checked by your doctor as "vaginal soreness" could be one of many things such as an infection or an STD.
1- get it a diaper 2-have it checked out by a vet. It may have a bladder infection
perhaps if urine is involved in your sexual activity. Let's hope not. answerer two says: yes. if you get checked by a doctor first then no. This is recomended.
Blood in your urine can be due to but not limited to: a bladder infection, kidney infection, prostrate problem, kidney stones, and bladder stones. Blood in your urine no matter how small is not normal, and should be checked out by a physician. A simple urinalysis is probably where they will start, this will show white and red blood cells that can be present that you can not even see with the naked eye. They can also check for infection, an infection could be caused by a bladder infection, kidney infection, kidney stones and bladder stones that may be cutting the urinary track. A bladder infection if not taken care of (usually with antibiotics) can travel to your kidneys and then you may be in a life threatening situation if not treated quickly and properly. Some doctors stop with just using the urine test strips but that doesn't always indicate an infection, insist that they run a urine culture. A urine culture will not only be more accurate, it will also tell you what type of infection it is and exactly what antibiotic will cure the infection. Hope this helps. Cheyzer
You need to get her checked out by your Veterinarian. She could also be in heat too but probably not. It is important to have her checked out by your Vet to know for sure. A bladder infection is nothing to mess around with, she needs to be diagnosed and treated immediately. Normally with a bladder infection you will see the cat peeing constantly, small amounts or just straining to pee and nothing comes out. The cat will become very sick very fast. Off to the Vet you must go! You will need to change her diet also if she does have a bladder infection. You just don't want her to become blocked up completely but that happens more often in the males than in the females but don't take any chances. She must feel miserable. It is a very painful condition.
It could be, it could also be sign of a yeast infection or an STD, you should get this checked.
It is a good idea to always take multiple pregnancy tests especially a blood test from you family doctor. While you are there have a bladder infection test, STD test and have your kidneys checked. Any of the above symptoms could relate to those.
It means that you may have chlamydia and should be checked by a doctor. Or you could have a bladder infection but a venereal disease sounds more likely. and you need to slap your girl friend
take her to the hospital. get her checked up.
A bladder infection will cause this. Go to the doctor.cause when you have to go you have to goit means that you have a water infection or a bladder infection. go to the doctors and get your self checked out .Burning on urination is most commonly caused by a urinary tract infection (UTI). STDs can also cause burning on urination, in addition to vaginal discharge.It can be an STD or UTI. You need to see a doctor.No, it is not always a STD if it burns when you urinate. It can be a urinary tract infection or other problems. It will require a visit to the doctor for such a condition.Urinary tract infection... Go to the Dr for meds to clear it up.
Your wife may have a yeast infection that may be causing the burning or it could be a bladder infection/kidney stones. If burning continues go to the doctor to get checked for STDs.