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Unread 07-13-2003, 05:37 AM
pain when urinating?

Hi all,

I have a weird pain when I pee - not the way an infection usually feels, but a sharp pain just to the right of my navel. It feels worse the "longer" it takes (I mean, if there's more urine, not the waiting is longer). Is that where the bladder is located? What should I do about this? Does this sound like an infection?

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Unread 07-13-2003, 05:50 AM
pain when urinating?

You had radiation right?? It could be from that, but you should tell your doctor. I had a pain similar to that but it was towards the end of my radiation treatments, I was thinking that you should be done by now.

The main thing is to let your doctor know!!
Unread 07-13-2003, 10:03 AM
pain when urinating?

I agree with Jane to let your Doctor know. i had bladder pain that came and went after my surgery, and also trouble emptying my bladder, ( except when I didn't want it to empty,) The Doctor said this was caused by adhesions ( scar tissue) which form after abdominal surgery. He removed many adhesions during my last surgery to reverse the colostomy and now my bladder is fine. Dr's don;t like to do surgery just to remove adhesions, because more adhesions will form from that surgery. The doctor told me that adhesions never go away, but like scars they fade cause less problems with time.
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Unread 07-13-2003, 11:13 AM
pain when urinating?

Hi, Esther!

I hope it is nothing . . . but it's definitely on the list of "things to tell your doctor about." Try not to worry, though. And let us know what he/she says!

Unread 07-13-2003, 02:39 PM
pain when urinating?

Hi Esther...

I totally agree... Definately would call my doctor and mention the symptoms to him or her. Let them tell you that what you are feeling is normal or not. Many times we panic over things that are nothing and hopefully this will be nothing also.

Take care...

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