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Bloated stomach & nausea + urine test w/ protein and blood .

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I have started with nausea and headaches and feeling hot and sweaty but no temperture i feel generaly unwell and feel more tired my urine sometimes burns but not all the time but have just finshed some antibioties. My stomach bloats aswell. I have been getting these symtoms for a few weeks now. I have had a urine test done and found some protein and blood in it.


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replied August 8th, 2007
Nausea Answer A3100
Nausea and a bloated stomach could be due to some type of digestive disorder generally called "dyspepsia". Headache and tiredness are general symptoms and are present during many disorders. Experiencing a burning sensation while urinating could be due to a urinary tract infection, or "UTI". Proteins and blood in the urine support that diagnosis. But proteins and blood in the urine can be also due to kidneys failure. Creatinin and urea levels in the blood should be checked to exclude renal failure. You can consult your GP or a nephrologist for further tests.


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