dysuria


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painful or difficult urination

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As Table 2 shows, the proportion seeking help varies from one fifth of the women reporting a particular symptom, as in the case of dyspareunia, to one half doing the same, as in the case of dysuria.
She was complaining of dysuria, fever and itching in the periurethral and genital regions.
Uncomplicated, infrequent lower tract UTIs carry little risk of long-term harm but cause considerable discomfort, including dysuria, frequency and urgency.
In LGMPs, painless hematuria was the most-common symptom, whereas dysuria, pelvic pain, and symptoms related to obstruction or infections occurred more rarely (Table 1).
Patients with urachal remnant carcinoma present early with haematuria, dysuria, abdominal pain, umbilical mass or bloody mucoid discharge.
Symptoms include frequent urination, increased urination at night, difficulty starting and maintaining a steady stream of urine, blood in the urine and dysuria (painful urination).
None of the symptoms such as genital discharge, dysuria, genital itching or pelvic showed any significant association with the infection (Table 2).
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of Bristol, UK) explains to small animal veterinary practitioners the assessment, radiographic investigation and other diagnostic aids, differential diagnosis, causes, and treatment of urological conditions in the dog and cat, including non-prostatic dysuria, prostate disorders, urinary tract trauma, and urinary incontinence.
At the 6-week visit, a positive diagnosis depended on a positive review of systems for dysuria and frequency and a negative review of systems for vaginal discharge or irritation, as well as a positive urine dip and urine culture, he reported.
Bronchospasm, dyspnoea, hepatic dysfunction, acute pancreatitis, gastrointestinal discomfort, increased blood pressure, headache, vomiting, palpitations, nervousness, irritability, restlessness, mydriasis, closed angle glaucoma, tachycardia, dysuria, urinary retention.
Patient was apparently quite well 4 months prior when he noticed a progressive thinning of urinary stream along with dysuria and burning on micturition.
Urinary frequency, suprapubic pain/discomfort, urgency, and dysuria are consistent with C-UTI in persons who have had their catheter removed.